15%Hike in House Rent; Check Details Here!! WFH Ends….

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15% Hike in House Rent
15% Hike in House Rent

15% Hike in House Rent in Chennai; Check Details Here!! WFH Ends….As the COVID case count decreasing the situation gets normal so, the IT employees requested to return back to office. The houses rent in Chennai are rapidly increasing to 15% according to the repost. Check details here.

Many are lost their jobs due to COVID-19 so they are not able to support their families. Residents who rented properties lost their jobs, and the 3 months advance they had already contributed was deducted.

Many people who couldn’t afford to rent in Chennai left and returned to their hometowns as a result. The number of people infected with coronavirus is decreasing. Furthermore, due to the virus’s low virulence, trade and the economy are quickly returning to normal. Due to Corona, Omicron illness, Indian IT staff has been working from home for the past two years.

In Chennai, there are a lot of IT companies. The majority of apartment buildings in Chennai are managed by IT firms. For the past two years, all of these IT corporations that have occupied Chennai to such a degree have been silent. The reason for this is that Ork Pram Home was established to ensure the safety of all people who worked there. That is, the businesses arranged for employees to work from home. Thousands of paid workers have returned to their hometowns as a result. As a result, most multi-story residences began to put cards with the phrase “To Let” on them. It was difficult to find a house for rent in Chennai prior to the Corona wave. The residence could only be purchased through a broker.

After Mumbai, Chennai is the second most rented city in the country. Because properties have been vacant for a long time and people are starting to return, housing rents in Chennai have risen by 15% in the last year alone. It’s worth noting that during the Corona period, properties under construction received a significant increase in rent as a result of the construction and completion. A third of those looking for a place to rent are seeking for something less Rs.20,000. 37 percent of people looking for a rental home want to pay between 10,000 and 20,000 rupees per month. According to the report, 23% of people expect to pay a rent of 20,000 to 30,000 rupees. According to Demand for Apartments, a private company, 45 percent of people are looking for a place to live.

According to a study conducted by Demand for Apartments, 45 percent of consumers choose two-bedroom houses, 31 percent prefer three-bedroom houses, and 19 percent prefer one-bedroom houses. According to the study, 53 percent prefer semi-furnished houses and 69 percent prefer apartments.

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Many peoples with various cultures are working in Chennai and revolving in. Some people came for the jobs and others to survive and get settle in the area. Now due to COVID gets normal after 2 years the house rents are not paid because so many of them lost their jobs. In this situation the situation gets normal all the house rents were high by 15% by the house owner and also work from home ends.

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