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Expat Evolution – Home in Hyderabad

Living in India

Indo-Roman_tradeIndian civilisation lays claim to the earliest planned cities at Harappa and Mohenjodaro in 2600–1900 BC. India has changed over the years absorbing other cultures and religions into it’s fold. Today, the global village is a reality and many global firms are forging alliances in the local market. Ever since the growth of the IT/ ITES industry there has been a great influx of expats locating to India to live and stay in modern IT hubs like Hyderabad & Bangalore. The community today has a mix of teachers, artists & CEOs of international corporations. Yet what makes it viable to live is not the steady prospects of jobs for expats but the carefully managed residential spaces available for expats in India.

Settling in a Foreign Country

LeaseWhile many prepare for life in a foreign country, there is always a culture clash and other minor factors tend to magnify in the light of change. Language, climate, governance, legal matters, medical, entertainment and real estate are at the top of an expat’s mind. While he or she learns to tackle all these over time, it’s very vital to be able to come home to a peaceful and comfortable environment that one can call home. At the end of the day, when all battles are fought, this is where you can put your feet up and relax, refresh and rejuvenate. There are small quirks that come with life in India, like not having an oven at your apartment of choice. This would be natural since Indian cuisine rarely if ever requires an oven. But that is the least of one’s troubles since finding a home is easier said than done. For women expats in Hyderabad, the challenges are twice as many as they tend to handle the home front more intimately. There are many guides to help you settle into the warmth and hospitality of Hyderabad.

Living in Comfort

happy family having fun lying on top of each other in stack - isolated on whiteHowever expats in Hyderabad have found that managed residential spaces by specialised Real Estate firms can offer properties with proper fit and finish, security, power backup, swimming pool, gym/health club etc. and more importantly in easily accessible areas of the city. Goodwill Coordinators for instance offers High end properties in Banjara Hills, Jubilee Hills, Madhapur, & Gachibowli so expats can travel comfortably to their work place as well as their unwind zones without experiencing troublesome traffic. Childrens’ education and the lady’s shopping needs are easily juggled with proximity to schools, malls and entertainment hubs. If you’re the kind who loves the outdoors and prefers to be closer in nature’s lap, there are on offer fully furnished and unfurnished villas and apartments which are closer to Golf courses and wooded, green enclosures. Whatever you prefer, we ensure that everything else is in place – domestic support, basic amenities, stringent 24/7 security, high speed internet, cellular network accessibility, access to fresh food & beverages, road connectivity, education facilities, entertainment zones and more.


There’s always a Choice!

What’s most important to understand is that living as an expat in Hyderabad need not be a difficult experience and that there is always a choice when it comes to making this home. Connect with us, if you want to find out more about the real estate market in Hyderabad

  • Whether you’re looking for a space in the heart of the city or on the green outskirts
  • Whether you’re looking to rent/lease
  • Whether you want office space for your firm or a warm home to go back to
  • Whether your budget is INR 50,000 or INR 3,00,000 per month
  • Whether you’re a seasoned traveller or looking to relocate to Hyderabad
 Feel free to call us on +91 984 984 9595 . We’ll help you feel at home in Hyderabad.

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