TBrings new people into the fold. Thrives on newer challenges. With a huge area encompassing India’s capital, Delhi and the neighbourhood districts of the states such as Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, the real estate situation has in the last decade has witnessed a massive growth. What had favoured this spectacular turnaround first was the lure of having a property in the national capital, second it was followed by new avenues of job creation and consequent demand for housing in the affordable localities closer to Delhi. But what really spurred the change was the decision of corporate houses to shift their bases to more expansive facilities in the National Capital Region (NCR). IT and ITES sectors were the first to make the move which was followed by development of new institutional as well as industrial sectors in the vicinity. With more and more companies moving to the outskirts of Delhi in the NCR region has naturally led to tremendous demand for commercial, shopping and housing infrastructure. This is a tempo that will only increase with the passage of time as more and more new lands are being identified and earmarked to satiate this thirst.