Accommodation in New Delhi


Rent house or flat in New Delhi


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There are a multitude of rental house options available in Delhi according to your choice and budget. Flats, villas, bungalows, duplexes and penthouses are available for rent in the city but thanks to the ever growing demand, expect exhorbitent prices.

Renting a house in Delhi may involve some legal formalities. This becomes necessary when you rent a flat or apartment in a prime location of the city, such as New Delhi. Also remember that until payments are made and documents signed, anything can change. It is common for landowners to promise you an apartment only to give to someone else if the other party offered a higher rent. So make sure everything is in writing and that you move in as soon as possible.

If you're planning to rent an apartment in Delhi, it is best to go through a professional real estate agency. There are a number of websites to help you in your house hunt. Below are a few to get you started.

Update 14/05/2011



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 Comments

 Shreya

11/11/2017

Service Apartment I found Best
Hello Friends,
Last month I came to Delhi for business meeting and I stay in Woodpecker Apartments. One of my friend suggested me about this and this apartment is really good. Living in this apartment is cost worthy. Staff was very good. Everything was Ok. Speed of Wifi was little bit slow otherwise it was the good apartments. Highly recommended. I booked for hauz khas

 htrehan008

22/02/2016

Bookaddress.com
Thanks for this great list of real estate websites.
But if you are looking for luxury real estate website who deals with high-end corporate, expats and individual so you can visit at bookaddress.com

They also provide personalized services.

Visit at: http://www.bookaddress.com

Window to the world of luxury homes.

 cityfurnishrental

17/01/2016

Renting Furniture and Furnishing is better
I would recommend to rent furniture and furnishings as you are able to get good quality furniture at affordable rentals. Plus, most unfurnished apartment are way cheaper than the furnished ones.

During our stay we had used Cityfurnish.com,
very affordable and great products.

 ncragent

06/08/2010

rental housing options
In Delhi, affordable houses on rent are available in large numbers.
It’s your choice whether you want to live in flat, duplex, villa or bungalow but you have to do some formalities ensuring your identification. To know more about P.G accommodation and other rental house options visit this useful e-resource or contact at: 0120-4338222.

http://www.ncrdealer.com/

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