Biggest Indian real estate expo at Dubai World Trade Centre from 1st-3rd Dec 2015
The 17th edition of the biannual event features more than 170 developers with a promise of over 15,000 potential visitors Introducing a seminar on Taxation conducted by an expert chartered accountant
• Find your dream property from among the widest possible choice ranging from apartments to villas, commercial and retail spaces to land in popular cities of India
• Make informed decisions based on knowledge gained from free seminars on subjects such as Vaastu, Know your city and Property Investment and Taxation among others
• Sell your existing property in India with the help of real-estate agents participating in the exhibition
November 1, 2015; Dubai, UAE…………………..:Dubai’s popular realty exhibition, the Indian Property Show, returns to the emirate this December with the most extensive line-up of developers ever. The 17th edition of the biannual show, which has had a successful run for several years, promises to be a much bigger affair with a wide variety of projects, seminars, deals and offers. To be held at World Trade Centre, Hall 2, from 1st to 3rd December, the show will boast of over 170 developers who will be exhibiting their latest projects and diverse offering to over 15,000 NRIs. Entry will be free for the show on all three days that will be open to visitors from 11am to 8pm with provision for free parking.
The property exhibition offers an excellent opportunity to non-resident Indians to meet developers from across India with diverse offerings – ranging from apartments to villas, commercial and retail spaces to land in popular cities of India. The show will feature reputed names, such as Indiabulls, Lodha Group, Kanakia, Kalpataru, Wadhwa Group, L&T, Ozone Group, Mantri Developers, Sobha Developers, Goel Ganga, Rachana Lifestyle and Saarthi Group among others. This is the platform to find your dream property – be it a retirement programme or an investment for children – from among the thousands of quality projects on display. Moreover, visitors interested in selling their existing property can meet property brokers, including Mumbai-based Metropolis Real Estate – with presence across India – at the venue who can help sell your existing properties.
“With every edition, we have tried to bring something new to the Indian Property Show,” said Sunil Jaiswal, President of Sumansa Exhibitions, organisers of the event, “But essentially the Indian Property Show is designed to fulfill the needs of NRIs looking for their dream home or an ideal investment in India. The show presents the choicest properties from across India including Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, Gurgaon, Jaipur, Kolkata, Goa, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Mangalore, Kochi, among others.
“The basic idea is to bring together the biggest possible display of the latest properties in India for the NRIs living in the UAE. This year is more exciting in a sense that we are hosting such a huge number of exhibitors which automatically translates into a wide choice of projects for investors. Combined with free seminars that provide wealth of knowledge on current realty trends in India, investors will be able to make informed decisions.”
The Indian Property Show’s seminar programme is an essential part of any visit to the show, with a hand-picked line-up of industry experts addressing some of the hottest topics of the day. Investment gurus, property consultants, legal advisors and banking experts will all be conducting seminars on a number of related subjects ranging from Vaastu, Know your city and Property Investment among others. This year, visitors can also look forward a new seminar on Taxation to be conducted by an expert chartered accountant from India. All seminars are free of charge.
Indiabulls is the Platinum Sponsor of the property show, while Jet Airways will serve as the Official Airline Partner. Sony, Times Now and AajTak are the Official Television Partners with 89.1 Radio 4 as the Official Radio Partner. The Remittance Partner is Wall Street Exchange and Knowledge Partners for the exhibition are Jones Lang LaSalle India.