In this fast-moving world that we live in, change is the only constant as they say. Gone are the days when rarely people used to move out of their comfort city to look out for ways to earn money. Now, with multiple opportunities knocking your doors from all over the country, moving to a new city has become inevitable for the millennial generation. The first thing a person looks for before moving to a new city is a place to live in. The entire process of getting in touch with agents or brokers, going and checking the property, vigorous negotiations for best prices, etc. is a mammoth task in itself. To make it easier for you, we are listing down the best real estate websites in India.
1. MagicBricks (Rent, Buy, Sell)
India’s number 1 property site, MagicBricks revolutionized the concept of house hunting by bringing everything on your fingertips. Be it any major city in India, they have it covered. You just select the filters according to your needs like location, rent range, amenities, etc. and MagicBricks shows you all the options available suiting your needs.
2. Zolostays (Coliving Website)
ZoloStays is one of the leading websites in India for co-living. They provide you with elegant co-living places at very affordable prices in 10 major cities of India. All the properties are thoroughly checked before renting it out. The website is pretty user-friendly with extensive blogs about useful things in the city. Mainly conceptualized for the youth, Zolo is very popular among the millennial generation due to the amenities it provides like housekeeping, food, Wi-Fi, washing machine, etc.
3. Makaan (Rent, Buy, Sell)
Makaan has a relatively better quality of searches and listings, especially for cities like Ahmedabad, Pune, and Hyderabad. The listings are not very extensive in Makaan but the properties listed are decent and limited in numbers, so you can avoid the clutter.
4. NoBroker (Rent, Buy, Sell)
NoBroker is a blessing for many who are looking for rental spaces in a city as it connects you directly to the property owners. This direct contact helps you to eliminate brokerage which is a major worry for most of us. With over a million new customers registering on NoBroker every month making it one of the best real estate websites in India.
5. OyoLife (Rent)
New to the co-living concept, OyoLife has a presence in 11 cities in India. They provide you with hassle-free accommodation as a shared or private option depending on your needs. Most of the co-living spaces provide you with basic amenities like housekeeping, internet, kitchen, etc.
6. IndiaProperty (Rent, Buy, Sell)
IndiaProperty is another real estate website that is good for new projects and properties for sale. Although the listings for properties on rent is very limited. They also provide you a virtual tour of the flat like CommonFloor without having to actually visit the flat. They have neat details about most of the cities which are pretty helpful to know about a city.
7. Housing (Rent, Buy, Sell)
Housing.com has been doing great since it launched a couple of years ago. All the properties posted on the website are personally visiting by housing.com agents and are verified with actual prices. They provide listings for most major cities and towns and the process is very easy and fantastic.
8. PropTiger (Rent, Buy, Sell)
PropTiger is an online real estate advisory portal with a good range of property listings. Although it is good for major cities like Mumbai and Bangalore, the listings are not so vast for other cities.
9. Sulekha (Rent, Buy, Sell)
Although an established online classified portal, Sulekha also has a good hold in the real estate market. It is one of the cheapest real estate portals for local listings providing you with decent properties in smaller towns and cities.
10. CoHo (Coliving)
CoHo is again a co-living website focussed mainly on the younger generation. They provide you with furnished villas, apartments, and dorms for shared living. They have tie-ups with various local businesses that provide you with attractive offers.
11. Quikr Homes (Rent, Buy, Sell)
Quickrhomes offers you a vast range of properties for buying and renting. The dates are mentioned with every listing making it easier for you to decide if that listing is old. Also, the owners can set a criterion for tenants which gives saves your time if the criteria don’t fit for you.
12. PropertyWala (Rent, Buy, Sell)
Property Wala is a very user-friendly real estate website for selling, buying, and renting properties. All of the listings are accompanied by relevant details and pictures making it easier for you before you make the efforts to call and visit the place.
13. Oxfordcaps (Coliving)
Focussed mainly on students, Oxfordcaps provides you with broader options than the local PG’s and hostels in the city. Oxfordcaps started in Singapore and now has a presence in 8 cities in India. Basic amenities like food, washing machine, food, are usually included with the rent.
14. Real Estate India (Rent, Buy, Sell)
Being one of the oldest players in real estate business, Real Estate India is a great site if you’re looking to buying, selling, or renting a place. It has a vast listing for all major cities as well as smaller cities where you can search for properties based on location and price.
15. Roomster (Rent, Buy, Sell)
Although an international real estate website, Roomster gives you comprehensive property listings for major Indian cities too. You can buy, sell, or rent properties and also you can look for decent shared accommodation listings. You can also find roommates on this website.
16. 99 Acres (Rent, Buy, Sell)
Another giant in the real estate world, 99 Acres is one of the leading websites for property hunting. They have pan India presence, and show you listings for sale, purchase, and rent across 25 plus cities in India. If you’re looking to resale your property then 99 Acres is the best place for you.
17. NestAway (Rent)
Another website for rent a house in India, NestAway has a presence in 15 cities in India. They provide options for shared or private accommodation in various localities in the city for bachelors, family & working professionals. You can visit the property to see it first hand before committing.
18. Stanza Living (Rent)
Stanza Living is another co-living website in India. They have their presence in 10 cities. Focussed mainly on students looking for affordable accommodation, Stanza Living provides you with various options at different price ranges.
19. OLX Homes (Rent, Buy, Sell)
OLX Homes is among the largest free classifieds websites in India. It is an excellent website if you are looking to buy, sell, or rent properties as the listings are updated by the minute. Being a free website, it attracts a lot of traffic among people across India.
20. Colive (Coliving)
Currently operational in 3 major cities of Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Chennai, this co-living website in India is also mainly focused on young working professionals looking for a place to stay. Depending on your needs, they provide you with accommodation options for a comfortable living.
21. CommonFloor (Rent, Buy, Sell)
CommonFloor has gained popularity in a very short time. They provide you great listing in all major cities although the listings are not that great for smaller cities. other than the usual listings, CommonFloor provides you with a virtual tour of properties where you can see the flat without visiting in person.
22. Nestoria (Rent, Buy, Sell)
Nestoria is a great property search website for renting or buying a house as it lists properties, builders and developers, and real estate agents at the same place. It acts as a vital link between house owners and you as it gives you an option to go through agents or directly contacting the seller for buying or renting a house.
There is no surprise that the real estate business has been growing leaps and bounds in India considering the population and a need for space for people moving to different parts of the country. All these websites have made it easier to look for a property whether for selling, buying, or renting purposes. With virtual tours and proper guidance, looking for a house in today’s time isn’t that difficult as it used to be.