More than 500 projects, 40,000 properties exhibited by more than 150 developers and a large spectrum of options budget, mid-high end and luxury property buyers will be featured at the Indian Property Show opening in Dubai on June 12.
The Indian Property Show, a major exhibition of thousands of properties including apartments, villas and plots from across India opened today (June 20) in Dubai, featuring 174 stalls and more than 100 real estate developers.
Over 50 developers will showcase thousands of properties from across India at the first-ever edition of the Indian Property Show set to be held in Doha next month.
Sumansa Exhibitions, organisers of the event, said the event will
Over 90 developers will exhibit over 300 projects and 1,000 plus properties worth Dh30 billion ($8.19 billion) from across the country, as the Indian Property Show opens its doors to the public on December 13 in Dubai.
Bhartiya City, an integrated city spanning 125 acres, near Hebbal in Bangalore, which is envisioned as one of the largest developments of its kind in India, will make its debut at the 11th edition of the Indian Property Show in Dubai this
At least 15,000 visitors are expected to attend leading property exhibition, the Indian Property Show, which opens today at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
The three-day show which will open at 12pm is the biggest display of Indian propertie
The Indian Property Show set to be held this month at Dubai World Trade Centre is expected to generate business worth $54 billion, with Indian property developers hoping for higher investments from expatriates after the rupee slide against the US
Seventy of India’s top developers are taking part in the Indian Property Show that opened today (December 15) at Airport Expo Dubai and will run until Saturday.
Inaugurated by chief guest Sultan Butti Bin Mejren, director general, Lan
Indian Property Show, a major exhibition of Indian properties, opened today (June 16) at Dubai World Trade Center with more than 50 leading real estate developers from India.
The eighth edition of the show, which will run until June 18, wa