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      • asian_domino_tower_40203. jpg
        locationNasim Nagar Road - HyderabadAsian Domino TowernewStarting from
        PKR83.13 Lakh
        Shops83.13 Lakh - 2.38 Crore32 Sq. Yd. - 101 Sq. Yd.
      • Aziz Skyline
        locationSurjani Town - Gadap TownAziz SkylinenewStarting from
        PKR44.63 Lakh
        FlatsUp to 44.63 LakhFrom 59 Sq. Yd.
      • Titanium
        PKR30 Thousand
        Qasimabad, Hyderabad
        111 Sq. Yd.

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      Renting a House in Hyderabad

      Founded in 1768 by a Kalhora ruler, Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro, Hyderabad is the oldest city of Pakistan. It is the second largest city of Sindh while the eighth largest city of Pakistan with respect to its population. With a history that dates back to the Middle Ages, Hyderabad remained Sindh’s cultural capital for many years. Initially, Muslims, who migrated here after the partition of the subcontinent, formed the majority of Hyderabad’s population. Later on, people from different regions of the country settled in Hyderabad, making it a vibrant cosmopolitan city in the province. Although it started off as a small village, Hyderabad has now transformed into a modern metropolis. The great advancements in infrastructural development over the years have connected it to other parts of the country by means of road, railway, and air travel. The six-lane M-9 motorway connects Hyderabad to neighbouring Karachi, which lies at a distance of 136 kilometres. A number of industrial units manufacturing materials like paper, soap, cement, leather, glass, ornaments, etc. have also been set up in Hyderabad.

      Since it is a well-developed city that offers numerous job and educational opportunities, people from the interior areas of Sindh often come to Hyderabad in search of a better life. As a result, the demand for renting real estate in Hyderabad is booming. The city offers various housing schemes with multiple renting options in order to meet the requirements of people belonging to different socio-economic backgrounds.

      Types of Houses in Hyderabad

      The city has turned into a busy metropolis and witnessed a massive rise in economic activity. Numerous well-developed and aesthetically pleasing housing schemes are available, offering various rental units in Hyderabad. Latifabad and Qasimabad are among the oldest localities of the city brimming with exquisite renting options for everyone. These areas are ideal for renting a house as they are in close proximity to nearby malls, hospitals, schools etc. Either single or multiple-storey, houses for rent in these areas generally come in the sizes of 120, 150 and 250 sq.yd having different rental rates. Tenants can either have an independent house or can opt for an individual portion, depending on their preference. The houses feature brilliant floor plans and are equipped with basic utilities like electricity, gas, water and proper sewerage system.

      Rent Price Trend for Houses in Hyderabad

      Latifabad and Qasimabad are already developed and densely populated localities of Hyderabad, hence, have numerous renting options. Latifabad is a huge locality and is further divided into 12 administrative divisions. Houses for rent in Latifabad vary in sizes and price range. On average, a 250-sq.yd house for rent in Latifabad with essential utilities such as electricity, gas, and water, has a rental trend of PKR 25 thousand which can go as high as PKR 2.5 lakh per month. Similarly, Qasimabad offers numerous renting options in the range of PKR 25 thousand to PKR 45 thousand per month.

      Schools, Universities & Hospitals in Hyderabad

      Hyderabad is a city of opportunities, especially for those living in rural Sindh, both in education and employment sector. The city is home to a number of government and privately owned educational institutions. Few names to mention are The City School, Aga Khan School, Beaconhouse School System, The Educators, St. Bonaventure’s High School, and City Cambridge High School. In addition to primary and secondary schooling, Hyderabad also provides higher education opportunities. Some of the top-notch universities of Hyderabad that are offering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees include Isra University, SZABIST etc.

      Hyderabad has made substantial strides in healthcare. The city is home to a number of hospitals and clinics that are providing primary and tertiary care to the citizens of Hyderabad and also to the people living in nearby areas. Some of the big names to mention here are Red Crescent General Hospital/Hilal-e-Ahmer, Bhitai Hospital, Aga Khan Maternal & Child Care Centre, Sindh Government Hospital and many more.

      Facilities & Security in Hyderabad

      The city is archaeological heaven. It has a number of well-preserved ancient buildings such as Tombs of Talpurs, Tomb of the Mian Ghulam Nabi Kalhoro, Navalrai Market Clock Tower, Badshadi Bungalow etc. Sindh Museum is a place depicting Sindhi culture and heritage. The city is also lined with public parks with Rani Baagh being the most popular among them. It features a variety of leisure activities for children including a mini zoo, swings, and food kiosks. Hyderabad offers an easy commute to its citizens by means of public transport which is cheap and accessible throughout the city. Various security measures have been taken to ensure the safety of the citizens. CCTV cameras have been installed at various sensitive areas for 24/7 surveillance. Ethnic violence has reduced to a great extent.

      Shopping & Restaurants in Hyderabad

      Hyderabad is famous for its ornamental glass bangles. Women from across the country love Hyderabadi bangles. “Shaahi Bazaar,” Asia’s largest market, is also situated in Hyderabad providing all necessities of life ranging from tiny shoelaces to kitchen utensils and electronic items at budget-friendly rates. “Resham Gali Bazaar” is another shopping destination offering clothing and jewellery shops for women. Huge malls like Boulevard Mall Hyderabad, Magnum Mall, Hero Tower etc. are also present in the city offering a huge variety of retail outlets and branded boutiques.

      Hyderabad has plenty of options when it comes to dining out. Hyderabad Darbar hotel, A One Snacks BBQ Restaurant, Village Hotel, Sabzazar Hotel, Salateen Restaurant are a few well-known names that offer different cuisines such as Chinese, traditional and continental dishes. Moreover, Hyderabad is known for its delicious “Rabri” and “Palla Fish.” You can also find Western food franchises like KFC, Pizza Hut, and McDonald's quite easily in the city.

      Reasons for Renting in Hyderabad

      There are a number of good reasons that make Hyderabad an ideal city to live. The city boasts all the features of a modern metropolis such as flyovers, wide roads, security, reputable educational institutes and state-of-the-art hospitals. Those who cannot afford to live in its neighbor city Karachi, prefer renting a house in Hyderabad as prices are relatively reasonable.