Cinemas Across State To Reopen On July 30
The vaccine drive along with each one of your cooperation in helping our healthcare workers fight the pandemic has led us to live life a tad bit more freely than we did a year ago. It is our awareness and the precautionary measures taken in time that have assisted us to successfully combat the deadly second wave that made most of us feel caged, anxious, and overwhelmed (almost at all times).
As they say, change is the only constant, today with the situation getting better, the government, has started to relax certain rules and regulations on leisure. Theatres in Telangana are are all set to entertain the state with their favourite actors in action. It’s a sigh of relief surely but doesn’t that take you down your memory lane, which, 2 years back was a reality?
Late breakfast, favourite movie, fancy lunch, site visits, chill weekend evenings - made for the most perfect weekend plan for many home buyers. The onset of the pandemic and the increasing scare of its spread led many builders to restrict site visits which made buying a home slow and difficult. The pandemic affected every niche unexpectedly and slowed their graph drastically. Though it also affected the real estate market as far as growth and development was concerned but it also came as an opportunity for investors to dive deep into their search to find themselves a home that holistically suited their needs, wants, and desires.
Opening up of the the multiplexes and theatres with 50% or 100% occupancy does come like a small hint for home buyers and their perfect weekend plans that include site visits and sample house inspections. With this leverage from the Government, all properties have now opened their gates for the buyers to visit, understand and thus make an informed decision rather than struggling with online dealing. This for sure will give the business a boost and the investors a look and feel of their“dream home”. Having said that, precautions are a must!
The real estate market of Hyderabad has its fingers crossed for the anticipated third wave to be kind to the business and the people in general.
30 Jul 2021 | 77 Views