Enriched with pleasant atmosphere in the midst of nature, Shirwal has undergone massive development in the lat two years and has witnessed encouraging growth. Shirwal lies on the banks of river NIRA .It is a village located between Satara and Pune. But past two years the situation has drastically changed and now Shriwal has emerged as a one of the better options for affordable housing. "Because of its proximity to Pune, several multinational companies have set up their base in the area. Among the growth drivers are the Nipro. Asian Paints , Reliance Plant, PARI and many more in the surrounding areas that has led to a large number of migrant population settling down here. Since there is industrial development happening in this area the demand for the housing projects is also at peak. In due course of time, it will be seen as equal to the cities of Pune."
"The potential buyers are also opting to buy there first homes in Shirwal. Many projects are coming up in Shirwall as competition increases. With competition comes in healthy prices. The prices are very reasonable in 2016 so its a good time to buy Real-Estate in Shirwal. Shirwal offers a splendour of scenic beauty. It currently has presence of residential projects, major industrial pockets, although commercial office, IT and retail activity are not significantly present in shirwal and its surroundings. Manufacturing, Automobiles, and Floriculture sector industries have set up their plants here. Major residential projects from prominent builders of Pune and Mumbai have earmarked their presence in this sub market providing plethora of amenities. shirwal is surrounded by industrial and IT hubs which are developing there and are generating umpteen number of jobs. This adds up to demand for all sorts of residential properties. Local demand comes from varied buyers that hail from all professions. This fact in itself widens the scope for projects in the area. Today, the focus of development is on end users and investors who look at bungalows, row houses, apartments and residential projects."