60 developers at India property show
Dubai, June 14, 2011
More than 60 developers will feature 250 projects at a leading Indian property exhibition set to open in Dubai this weekend.
The eighth edition of the Indian Property Show will run from June 16 to 18 Dubai World Trade Centre.
Organised by Sumansa Exhibitions, exhibition offers a spectrum of properties available, different investment options, financing sources, Vaastu consultations and opportunities to sort out legal queries.
The property developers who will be participating include top Indian real estate and construction companies such as Unitech, Vatika Group, Godrej Properties, Hiranandani, Ansal Housing, India Bulls, Jaypee Greens, Lokhandwala, Ireo and Arihant Superstructure, among others.
“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 Events.
“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 some of the most influential property industry gurus, international fund managers, and advisers. – TradeArabia News Service
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