Indian Property Show opens

Shri K. Sankaranarayanan, Governor of Maharashtra, inaugurates the show at DWTC on Thursday (SUPPLIED)

The 8th edition of Indian Property Show opened on Thursday at Dubai World Trade Center (DTWC), bringing 50 real estate developers from all over India.

The 3-day show was inaugurated by Shri K. Sankaranarayanan, Governor of Maharashtra, along with Sunil Jaiswal, CEO Sumansa Exhibitions, organisers show.

The show will run till June 18 between 11am and 8 pm with a free entry for one and all.

This year’s showcases range from affordable homes, ready apartments, luxury villas, holiday homes and eco friendly projects displayed by Unitech Ltd, Vatika Group, Godrej Properties, Hiranandani, Ansal Housing, India Bulls, Jaypee Greens, Lokhandwala, Ireo, Arihant Superstructure etc.

Sankaranarayanan said: “The real estate market in India in general and Maharashtra in particular has seen tremendous growth despite the recession that has affected most nations of the world. My countrymen have benefited greatly from the booming economy and its impact both on commercial as well as residential property market.”

Jaiswal said: “We aim at helping the NRI’s here to make the property purchase process seamless there by enabling them to nurture the earnest desire to own a property back home. In past couple of years the real estate sector in India has witnessed lot of changes and hence we want to provide a platform that addresses two factors that inhibit an NRI from taking a decision: accurate information and direct access to real estate developers from India.”

Indian Property Show is set to showcase property worth $2.32 billion to approximately 17,000 visitors and expect to generate $58 million worth of business.


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