Indian Property Show 2013 to be ‘biggest ever’
Dubai, June 18, 2013
With more than 100 developers exhibiting over 500 projects and 1000 plus properties from budget homes to major investments, the upcoming Indian Property Show 2013 in Dubai is set to be the biggest ever, said organisers.
The event will run from June 20 to 22 at Dubai World Trade Centre.
The most awaited realty exhibition is expected to receive a visitor footfall of about 17,000 Indians, added Sunil Jaiswal, CEO, Sumansa Exhibitions, organisers of the show.
Over the years, the show has become a preferred property exhibition for NRI buyers alongside providing an excellent platform to Indian real estate developers to come face to face with the buyers. New projects with exciting deals are announced and showcased here for the first time and NRI’s get best bargains in return, he added.
The show will feature a “Property Dhamaka” offering discounts, holiday packages for families, free property registrations and much more for on the spot bookings.
It will host a series of seminars that are designed to offer interesting insights and analysis for the attending delegates and are conducted by some of the most influential property industry gurus, international fund managers, and legal advisers.
The focus sessions on new emerging real estate hot spots will provide opportunities for investors to learn about the key investment destinations.
“India has been ranked amongst world’s top real estate investment markets with investment volume of $3.4 billion in 2012,” said Jaiswal.
“The returns on property investments are always higher, compared to other investments, due to its minimal volatility and stable appreciations. The NRIs seem to have cashed on in the situation as many NRIs are even buying multiple units for investment purposes.
“As per a report by Knight Frank India, the real estate sector will continue to remain an attractive investment destination with the possibility of prices in residential areas appreciating by 91 to 145 per cent in select cities over the next five years. High possible return on investments ranging between 18.6 per cent and 29 per cent per annum will emerge as a key driver for investors' interest in the sector,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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