Indian Property Show from 11th-13th Dec 2014 at Dubai World Trade Centre
7th Dec 2014, Dubai, UAE……The stage is set, as the Indian Property Show announces its return with a record number of participants taking the show to greater heights. Expected to be the biggest show in its history, the 3 days property extravaganza would be held at Hall No 4, Dubai World Trade Centre from 11th -13th December 2014 and will open doors from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm on all three days. With more than 170 exhibitors and 220 stands spread across 6000sq.mts the show is much larger than its previous editions. The Indian Property Show has become a Launch Pad for developers over the years. New projects with exciting deals are announced and showcased here for the first time and NRIs get best bargains in return. Properties as low as INR 18 lakhs to high end luxury properties are made available. Even this edition promises a good mix of properties PAN India with developers coming from Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities. The show enables the buyers to understand the pulse of property scenario back home.
Mr. Sunil Jaiswal, President - Sumansa Exhibitions, organizers of the show, said, “June 2014 was one phenomenal show and now this one, we are already sold out. I think this speaks volumes about the success of the very concept of the event and the fact that it has truly become the Numero Uno showcase of Indian Properties in Dubai. We have always tried to make it better, informative and added innovation at each show. Last edition witnessed highest number of visitor footfall in its history. Over 22,000 people visited the show while exhibitors did brisk business with increased number of enquiries and business transactions. And I hope to see the numbers going up once again”.
“Investment in Indian Property Sector is best investment amongst all asset classes for various reasons including highest LTV, tangibility, less volatility, rental income and appreciating asset. And the icing on the cake is that Indian Property Market is huge and yet affordable compared to international investment destinations. Capital appreciation on real estate in India is far higher than the high-yielding deposits for non-resident Indians (NRIs). If you maintain a broad investment horizon and have chosen properties well, the capital appreciation on real estate translates into multi-fold putting all other asset classes behind”, further commented Jaiswal.
The exhibitors at the show include best of the Indian real estate developers, construction companies, Banks and real estate agents. This year’s show will witness 4 distinct Regional Pavilions alongside a special CREDAI Maharashtra section. Key developers under each pavilion include, North India: DLF, Emaar, Ascon Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd., Puri Constructions, Ansal API, Wave Infra etc.; South India: Ozone Group, Brigade, Mantri Developers, Isha Home, Shobha Developers, Puravankara, Shapoorji, Hiranandani, Karle Infra etc.; West and Central India: Lodha Group, L&T, Rustomjee, Excellence shelters, Hiranandani, Sheth Creators etc. whereas the Main Pavilion would have the likes of Investors Clinic, India Bulls, Rajesh LifeSpaces, Unique Developers, Godrej Properties, Ahuja Constructions, , Adani Realty, Sunteck etc. among others.
Visitors at the Indian Property Show are entitled to get free advice on any of their property related matter whether it’s for new property purchase; concerns related to existing property, tenancy laws etc. The exhibition is specially designed to meet the needs of NRIs in the Middle East featuring the latest projects in India and diverse offerings from India’s finest developers. The show brings you properties from Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, Gurgaon, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Jaipur, Bengaluru, Mangalore, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Goa and many more cities. Other highlights consist of series of Free 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, Vaastu Consultant and Legal advisers. Know Your City, a new addition to the list of seminars giving visitors industry insights into new developments in India's bigger cities also was a big hit last time and the organizers have brought it back with more insightful sessions this time around.
So mark your calendars as a much bigger, exciting and better edition awaits your attendance!