India homes expo ends on high note in Dubai
Dubai, September 2, 2013
The India Home Property Exhibition 2013 concluded on a successful note in Dubai leaving developers optimistic of generating high sales through conversion of queries that took place over the span of three days.
The three-day exhibition ran from August 29 to 31 at JW Marriott Marquis.
As non-resident Indians (NRIs) from all over the UAE took advantage of the recent depreciation in the rupee, the event proved to be a scale of measurement of how investors are returning back to the realty market, a statement said.
Earlier on, the exhibition was inaugurated by M K Lokesh, India’s Ambassador to the UAE in the presence of senior officials from Citibank and organizers of the event. The exhibition attracted visitors from all over India, right from the mid-income group to the top end segment, as properties between 40 lakhs ($6,000) to 8 crores were up for display.
Ajay Kashyap, global head & managing director, NRI Business of Citibank said; “For over a decade Citibank N A India - Mortgages business has partnered with India Homes Property Exhibition in Dubai where a range of properties are available to NRI customers from India’s top developers, under a single platform.”
“The proposition provides UAE-based NRI clients an opportunity to directly interact with developers, make enquiries and book properties suited to their lifestyle and needs,” he added.
Organized by Media Agency Middle East (MAME), the exhibition showcased a broad variety of residential real estate opportunities, right from apartments to villas to housing districts, available all over India.
Several well-known developers, such as Hiranandani, DLF, The 3C, Sobha, Puri Constructions, etc. from across the top cities of India showcased their ready and under execution projects over the span of three days. – TradeArabia News Service
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