Guwahati, the capital of Assam is the most important destination of Northeast India. It is surrounded by the Seven Sister States- Nagaland, Aruncahal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Tripura, and Manipur. Guwahati is famous for its rich coal reserves, natural gas, oil industry and tea plantations. Being the largest city of Assam, it is the industrial, educational and commercial hub of the state.
Guwahati is located on the bank of the Brahmaputra River and is heralded as a corridor to the entrance of northeastern states of India. It is one of the most rapidly developing cities today as large scale investments in real estate in Guwahati and nearby areas are being made. The primary reason for such growth is the ever-growing population of the city. This considerable increase in population happened because:
Guwahati is the economic centre of the state and so, the most preferred destination for migrants in Assam.
The fast paced development of industrial sector attracted more number of professionals to the city. These employees then generate accommodation needs leading to rise in demand for residential property.
Guwahati is home to some very prominent educational institutions of the country like IIT and other world class colleges. Students from everywhere throng the city while resulting in higher demand for housing spaces.