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The real estate fairy tale dream homes at dream prices and it all ends on 18th December

Real estate and fairy tales don’t have much in common. Except for the fact that in both cases, people are always looking for a castle to call home.
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What it means to be a ‘Success Partner’?

The real estate market is bustling with activity today. Heading the pack is Rajesh LifeSpaces. In over 50 years of its business, the company is proud to have delivered over 9.1 million square feet of space with over a 100 landmarks and six ongoing projects in Malad, Kandivali, Powai, Mulund and Thane.
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An opportunity, fifty years in the making.

A legacy as spectacular as ours deserves a celebration of offers that are equally spectacular. To celebrate our 50+ years in real estate, we at Rajesh LifeSpaces recently introduced our #OnceIn50YearsOffers celebrations.
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Kandivali – The Rising Star of the Suburbs

Khandolee, as Kandivali was earlier known, was initially a settlement of Kolis and the East Indians in the early 20th century. It has risen from its humble origins as a tiny village, to a booming real estate market. Gradually, as property prices started appreciating on the Malad-Andheri belt, people moved to Kandivali, as it was placed in the centre of the northern suburbs. Today, it is one of the most coveted localities in the northern suburbs of Mumbai. Here are some of Kandivali’s features that make it a highly desirable place:
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Malad: A Fast Growing Suburb

Malad has been an important suburb, historically, since it was one of Mumbai’s first bastions of Christianity, during the Portuguese/British rule. The East Indians and Kolis of Orlem (then known as Valnai) were one of the first communities to embrace this region.  Over time, the parish started spreading out towards the Malwani area, which has St. Anthony’s and St. Anne’s churches. Many decades later, another prime development, Bombay Talkies by Himanshu Rai, the first movie company in India, was created in Malad, in 1934.
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Powai – The Upscale Suburb

A world within a world, it embodies everything the ambitious Indian aspires for.
#AllowUsToSpoilYou with amenities that offer an unparalleled living experience.
Powai is the very definition of affluence.
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Lifestyle in Thane

Its green environs and rapid pace of development have made it a favorite among home and office buyers. Ghodbunder Road has been one of the most developed areas in Thane due to its excellent connectivity and rapid infrastructure development over the years.
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The Tale of Thane: From a Quiet Suburb to a Lively Neighbourhood

Today, Thane is one of the most coveted residential localities in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Let us go back in history, to trace the growth of Thane.
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The Evolution of Mumbai – Over the Years

Mumbai, the ‘City of Dreams,’ has grown and evolved with time. The advent of several magnificent high-rise buildings and flourishing residential complexes, the MMRDA, MUTP and several other government bodies have upgraded Mumbai’s infrastructure as well. This development has not been isolated, but has spread out to the entire Mumbai Metropolitan Region. This rise in infrastructure certainly has a hand in placing Mumbai on a global pedestal with other metropolitan cities worldwide. Here is a small digest on major infrastructure developments in different sections of the city:
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Mumbai 2.0 – New and Upcoming Investment Destinations in and around Mumbai

Mumbai is widely and popularly known as India’s financial capital, as it attracts business and investment from all parts of the country as well as the world. Due to this, the real estate market in Mumbai has flourished in the past decade and is one of the prime destinations for property investment in the world. However, over the years, many locations such as South Mumbai, Andheri and Bandra have become saturated and reached sky-high prices, hence increasingly becoming impossible for the common man to purchase. But, as a respite, many semi-urban and averagely developed areas are undergoing a transformation. Here are some of the new and upcoming investment destinations in Mumbai:
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Rajesh LifeSpaces defines #PracticalLiving

What is the single most desirable quality of a potential residential development while selecting it as your residence? Is it proximity to markets, educational institutions, healthcare services, religious places? Or is it easy access to public transportation as well as industrial and commercial hubs? Or perhaps close to gardens, recreational centers and public places? There is one all-encompassing word to describe all of these qualities or aspects and that is ‘conveniences’. Whatever we do, wherever we go, we choose convenience and practicality over unnecessary and avoidable difficulties or disadvantages. The more the conveniences, the better; however, many of us are comfortable to compromise one for the other.
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Know Your City – THANE

To own and live in their home is every person’s dream. Indian families generally believed “blessed are those who have the security of a roof over their heads”. Once you are in a position to buy a house, the options available to you (if you are the end user) include buying a ready to move in house, or to buy a piece of land and construct on your own, or to invest in a under-construction home offered by a developer.
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What is #ExceptionallyExclusive ?

For years we’ve heard of the word “exclusive” in various walks of life. And there are those few instances when we aspire to be a part of something “exclusive”. Yet there might have been times when each one of us has experienced that “exceptional”.
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Why should one consider a ‘ready-to-move in’ home?

To own and live in their home is every person’s dream. Indian families generally believed “blessed are those who have the security of a roof over their heads”. Once you are in a position to buy a house, the options available to you (if you are the end user) include buying a ready to move in house, or to buy a piece of land and construct on your own, or to invest in a under-construction home offered by a developer.
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If you miss this offer, it may set you back 50 years.

This is a landmark point in the business of real estate. On the 18th of September 2017, Rajesh LifeSpaces hosted a dinner and presentation for its channel partners at the Grand Hyatt in Mumbai. Here, the company listed out its vision for business in the immediate future.
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