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Real Estate Properties in Chandigarh

  • Panchkula
  • Manimajra
  • Sector-48
  • Mullanpur
  • Sector-7
  • Sector-18
  • Sector-17
  • Ambala Highway
  • Sector-49
  • Sector-35
  • Sector-20
  • Sector-6
  • Sector-50
  • Sector-36
  • Sector-25
  • Sector-11
  • Sector-44
  • Sector-15
  • Panchkula Sector-12A
  • Sector-19
  • Sector-28
  • Sector-47
  • Sector-22
  • Sector-34
  • Morni Hills
  • Sector-16
  • Peer Mucchalla
  • NH-73
  • Nayagaon
  • Sector-42
  • Dhanas
  • Sector-38
  • Dariya
  • Sector-52
  • Sector-37
  • Sector-33
  • Sector-43
  • Kansal
  • Sector-12
  • Sector-32
  • Sector-27
  • Ram Darbar Colony
  • Sector-9
  • Sector-30
  • Tribune Colony
  • Sector-23
  • Sector-5
  • Sector-21
  • Khudda Lahora
  • Sector-40
  • Sector-10
  • Kishangarh
  • Sector-39
  • Sector-51
  • Khuda Ali Sher
  • Sector-4
  • Sector-26
  • Sector-24
  • Sector-3
  • Sector-29
  • Maloya
  • Sector-46
  • Hallo Majra
  • Jujhar Nagar
  • Sector-1
  • Sector-45
  • Sector-41
  • Sarangpur
  • Baltana
  • Behlolpur
  • Sector-8
  • Sector-31
  • New Chandigarh
  • Derabassi - Barwala Road
  • Sector-55

About Chandigarh

Chandigarh is a union territory and the capital city for the states of Punjab and Haryana. It is internationally renowned for being a showcase of architecture and also for being the first planned city in India, post-independence. As a result, Chandigarh real estate is thriving on the supply side, with planned housing projects widely prevalent.

The city has been designed by one of the pioneers of modern architecture, Le Corbusier. Other architects that were involved in the planning of Chandigarh were Jane Drew, Pierre Jeanneret and Maxwell Fry.

Stats And Facts

  • Chandigarh has a total population of 10,55,686, as of the provisional population data of Census India in 2011, and a total land area of 114 square kilometres. The population density as of 2011, is over 9,000. Of this, the female to male sex ratio skirts the 800:1000 range.
  • The literacy rate in Chandigarh is well above the national average, and has stayed above the 80% mark. As of the 2011 census, 86.7% of Chandigarh’s population is literate.
  • The city also has a low percentage of the total population dwelling in slum areas, when compared to benchmark cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad. This reflects a development of the real estate and housing markets in Chandigarh through public as well as private projects.
  • Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Technology Park Phase-I is a special economic zone and it has put Chandigarh on the international business scene, with IT companies like Infosys, Net-Solutions, Virsa, Taurusagile and IBM setting up shop there in the first year.
  • The University of Frazer Valley, Wayne State University and the Design Institute of Milan are some of the internationally acclaimed universities that want to set up base in Chandigarh.
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Tertiary Sector

  • The tertiary or services sector is the top sector in Chandigarh.
  • This sector contributed almost 77.14% of the city’s Gross State Domestic Product in the 2004-05 period, as per data from the Confederation of Indian Industry.
  • The trading, hotels and restaurant industry is the fastest growing industry in Chandigarh, contributing 29.85% to the GSDP during 2007-08.
  • Not far behind, the banking and Chandigarh real estate industry contributed 21.39% to the GSDP during 2007-08.
  • Since Chandigarh is the capital of two states, it has a booming banking sector, with 255 bank offices in the year 2006-07.


  • The Chandigarh Airport connects the city to other major cities in India, and a new international terminal is being constructed.
  • The Chandigarh Railway Network is a part of the Northern Railway zone of the Indian Railway network, and it links the city to major regions in the country. This has lead to a good appreciation for property in Chandigarh.
  • NH 21, which starts at the Punjab Mohali town border and goes up to the Haryana border, passes through Chandigarh.
  • Bus transport is operated from the Inter State Bus Terminals that are located in sectors 17 and 43 of the city.
  • As per a Study on Traffic and Transportation Policies and Strategies in Urban Areas in India, by the Ministry of Urban Development, the public transport accessibility index of Chandigarh is higher than that of Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Chennai and Delhi.
  • The Chandigarh Transport Undertaking’s fleet stands strong at 517 buses, with 100 buses having been added under the JnNURM scheme.
  • Chandigarh’s metro rail project is set to be completed by 2018

Chandigarh Civic Administration

  • The Municipal Corporation of Chandigarh came into being on 24th May, 1994 when the Punjab Municipal Corporation Act was extended to Chandigarh. The MCC takes care of the water supply, drainage, fire wing, sewerage, sanitation and property tax.
  • The Chandigarh Housing Board was formed in 1976 when the Haryana Housing Board Act was extended to the union territory of Chandigarh. It is responsible for the construction of the urban housing for the city.
  • The Chandigarh Industrial & Tourism Corporation takes care of the tourism and related industries.
  • As mentioned earlier, the Chandigarh Transport Undertaking is responsible for public transport within the city.

Chandigarh Infrastructure

Being a planned city, Chandigarh’s infrastructural growth has been steady. And due to this growth, it ranks first in India in terms of the Human Development Index, e-readiness as well as the quality of life. Chandigarh real estate is impacted by this due to the availability of basic amenities across the city, meaning investors as well as home owners have a solid infrastructural setup to rely on.

Infrastructure Projects

Name Of The Project

Impact Areas

Expected Completion Date


Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Tech Park Phase-I

New Indira Colony, Subhash Nagar, Nava Vadaj


123 acres of land anchored by Infosys

Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Tech Park Phase-II

Kishangarh, Adarsh Nagar

Under Development

Includes a IT habitat being constructed under the PPP model

Conversion of bitumen roads to RCC roads


Under Development

A long term measure to improve road infrastructure

Chandigarh International Airport

Behlana, Tribune Colony, Hallo Majra

December 2013

International flight facility has been installed in Chandigarh airport

Nehru Centre For Performing Arts

Sector 34

Under Development

State of the art convention centre set up to promote Chandigarh as a M.I.C.E. destination

Botanical Garden

Sarangpur, Rehabilitation Colony, MC Dhanas


75 species of medicinal trees and 55 species of medicinal herbs planted on 176 acres of land

Chandigarh Metro Phase-I

Jan Marg, Mohali, Panchkula, Sarangpur, Mullanpur


Chandigarh metro will have 16 trains running, each of 4 coaches

Chandigarh Solar Project


Under Development

Chandigarh is set to be converted into a solar city

Chandigarh Real Estate

  • Apartments, townships and residential complexes quickly on the rise in Chandigarh, thereby good inventory of property for sale in Chandigarh is available.
  • Residential projects in Chandigarh are being set up by big names like Eldeco, DLF, Omaxe, Parsvnath and Unitech.
  • Presence of other realty giants like L & T, Mirage Infra and Godrej Properties in the commercial projects space.
  • 2 BHK apartments in Chandigarh can be bought at 1,200 to 6,000 rupees per square foot while plots prices vary between 7,000 and 70,000 rupees per square yard, as of 2013.

Key Localities In Chandigarh


Per Sq. Ft Price – Q3 2013

Rent Per Month For A 2 BHK Apartment in Chandigarh (approx.) (Figures in 1,000 rupees)

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Charges By Different Government Bodies

Property Registration

      • Stamp Duty: 6 percent (ready reckoner)
      • Registration Charge: 1% of the value of the document, at a minimum of Rs. 50 and a maximum of Rs. 10,000

MCC Property Tax

      • Property tax in Chandigarh is taken care of by the Municipal Corporation of Chandigarh. The method of assessment is provided under section 93 of the Municipal Corporation Act. The MCC has a simple self-assessment scheme as well that is optional.

Chandigarh Electricity Department

      • The Chandigarh Electricity Department is responsible for the distribution of electricity across Chandigarh. The city does not have the capability to generate power within itself and receives power from Mohali, Dhulkote and Nalagarh.

Chandigarh Electricity Charges For Domestic Usage

      • 9 paisa per unit
      • Fixed charge of Rs. 5 per KW per month

Municipal Corporation Public Health Division No. 1

      • The responsibility of transmitting water across Chandigarh falls on the Municipal Corporation Public Health Division No. 1. They are also responsible for the 4 villages that fall under the jurisdiction of the Municipal Corporation of Chandigarh.

Chandigarh Water Charges

      • Domestic – Rs. 1.75 to Rs. 6 per Kilolitre, depending on the slab
      • Commercial – Rs. 11 per Kilolitre

Chandigarh E-governance

    • Chandigarh has taken an initiative to bridge the gap between the administration and the public through its e-governance policy. Some of the different departments and initiatives that fall under this include the e-Sampark, e-Jan Sampark, Gram Sampark and Departmental Service Centre.
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