What exactly is a gated community?

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The strain of rising requirements and time constraints have curtailed social engagement among city inhabitants in shifting settings. As a result, there is an urgent demand for residential spaces that not only assure a comfortable lifestyle but also reignite the ancient beauty of communal living. This has opened the way for gated communities, which are becoming increasingly popular in the Indian real estate market.

Definition of a gated community

A gated community is often a structure that provides a unified social life as well as a nice residential experience. It consists of many distinct residential homes encompassed by a border. The facilities available are determined by the size of the town. Larger communities have all of the amenities required for daily living, such as supermarkets, retail stores, recreation facilities, playgrounds, gardens, swimming pools, gymnasiums, tennis courts, spa centres, and community halls. Services in tiny, gated communities, on the other hand, may be limited to parks and other public places such as small stores.

Benefits of a Gated Community

As per statistics, gated communities are in high demand not just from local purchasers but also from NRIs. They favour these residential developments because of the numerous benefits they provide, including:

  • Safe and Healthy Environment

Gated communities are distinguished by a strong security plan that incorporates closely monitored entry points, CCTVs, and walkie-talkies to keep a close eye on all walkers, cyclists, and vehicles entering and departing the community. Security guards are also employed to ensure appropriate record-keeping of all visitors to the community. This relieves people of the stress of theft and vandalism while also keeping their families safe and secure.

  • Effectively managed

Gated neighbourhoods are governed by Homeowners Associations (HOAs). These organisations create rules and regulations that all members of society must follow. These protocols are developed with the input of all inhabitants for the benefit of society and residents. For example, there may be a rule governing the rental of property to renters. Many communities desire that land be leased solely to married couples or families.

  • Possibility of social contact

Gated communities are worth consideration if you enjoy socialising and making new acquaintances. Gated communities provide a platform for social interaction by including a swimming pool, tennis court, badminton court, and yoga centre within the boundaries of the society.

Disclaimer: The views expressed above are for informational purposes only based on industry reports and related news stories. PropertyPistol does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information and shall not be held responsible for any action taken based on the published information.

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