The Brigade Group was founded in the year 1986 and is one of the leading developers in the country. Brigade Developers are headquartered in Bengaluru and have branch offices across several south Indian cities and a representative office in Dubai. The group has property development, hospitality, property management solutions and education. The portfolio of Brigade properties extends across several cities like Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Mysore, Mangalore, Kochi and Chikmagalur. The Group develops residential, commercial and hospitality spaces alike. The Group was the first developer in South India and the third in the country to receive the prestigious ISO 9001 certification. The list of Brigade projects includes a diverse portfolio of residential offerings across multiple segments and categories.
- A reputable company with over 30 years in real estate with strong execution of several projects
- Successfully completed 33 residential projects/ 250 buildings spanning up to 66 million square feet
- The group has constructed iconic buildings for Holiday Inn, Sheraton and Grand Mercure in addition to Clubs & Convention centers.
- First property developer to receive PA2 rating by CRISIL in 1995
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You can check your home down payment assistance eligibility amount and your home loan eligibility amount using the calculators in the Home Finance section of our website.
No, we don’t advise users to go for any specific project. We perform an independent analysis on all the listed projects. The homebuyer selects a project depending on its unique parameters like preferred city, locality, budget etc.
Any resident Indian within the age group of 25 – 58 years with a stable income and sound credit track record looking to buy a home for their family can apply for the HomeCapital Program. Please note that you can avail HomeCapital’s down payment assistance only if you buy your home in the residential projects listed on our Offerings page.
No. You can avail HomeCapital down payment assistance even without a home loan sanction, provided you undertake to make your balance payments from your own sources or arrange a home loan at a later date.