250 India projects to feature at Dubai expo
Dubai, June 6, 2011
More than 250 projects worth $2200 million will feature at an upcoming Indian real estate show in Dubai.
The eighth edition of the Indian Property show is scheduled from June 16 to 18 at Dubai World Trade Centre.
Organised by Sumansa Exhibitions, the show is expected to generate business worth $58 million, a statement said.
Seventy per cent of the projects at the exhibition are residential while 30 per cent offer commercial and retail space, it added.
Visitors will be able to look at a spectrum of properties available, different investment options, financing sources, Vaastu consultations and sorting out legal queries.
“The Indian property show connects buyers and developers at an opportune time, with the Rupee slated to be strong against the dollar and demand for property at a high, we will again witness rise in property prices in India in near future and hence this is a right time for the investors to buy the property,” said Sunil Jaiswal, CEO Sumansa Exhibitions.
“Also those keen to expand their financial portfolios with real estate as a hedge against rising inflation and those looking to maximize their ROI should definitely visit Indian Property Show.”
“Buoyant with the response we received last time, we decided of making this show biannual this year. Investors, buyers and Developers all have encouraged us to hold the show again after 6 months. The last show saw more than 17000 visitors; we expect a similar response this time as well,” he added.
The exhibition also features property and investment seminars by property industry gurus, international fund managers, and legal advisers. This year the seminars aim to guide the buyers on the booming real estate markets within India along with the benefits of investing now.
Anuj Malik, sales head, GCC for Unitech , one of the prime exhibitors at Indian Property Show, said: “ The global meltdown, unrest in few parts and job uncertainty may have also prompted the NRI’s in UAE to buy property in India. Catching up on these trends Indian realtors is going that extra mile to make homes that fulfill individual’s aspirations and are still affordable.”
“We are participating in the upcoming Indian Property Show with aggressive pricing of INR17 lacs ($38,000) onwards and providing all options such as first time buy, second home, investment option, budget homes & holiday homes.”
Ajay Sachdewa, regional head-Dubai & GCC, HDFC, a leading India-based bank, said: “Through this exhibition we plan to meet potential customers and we foresee a strong demand as Indian property market has revived very quickly as compared to other markets in the world.”
“This is due to strong RBI policies, Government planning and healthy credit history. HDFC has made it easier for the Gulf based NRI’s to apply for a loan to HDFC - India.”
“HDFC through its office in Dubai and all the GCC countries through Service Associates, now offers advisory services in real estate finance to the Middle East based Non-Resident Indians who wish to acquire homes in India. These offices will coordinate the entire loan process in India,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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