• India’s largest international property consultancy to hold free seminars for visitors at the upcoming property exhibition.
• Un-biased, credible and genuine guidance on Indian real estate market
June 7, 2015; Dubai, UAE………….To safeguard the interest of property buyers and to bring genuine, credible, un-biased information, Indian Property Show Dubai has partnered with leading property consultancy services firm JLL (Jones Lang LaSalle). Visitors can look forward to and attend free seminars by JLL to be held from 11th – 13th June 2015 at Dubai World Trade Centre as part of Indian Property Show. The seminars will be conducted to guide buyers on their real estate investments, property hot spots in key Indian cities, growth prospects, property outlook 2015, investment strategy etc.
“We have always focused our efforts on making the process of property purchase seamless and hassle free for the NRI buyers. Therefore, we keep innovating and re-inventing the show with every edition. Our partnership with JLL adds another dimension to our show and I am confident it will immensely benefit the potential buyers, helping them take the right decision, said Sunil Jaiswal, President - Sumansa Exhibitions, organizers of Indian Property Show.
“Regardless of its speed of growth, the fact remains that the Indian real estate sector is a dynamic one, and that long-term investments into it will pay off very well as long as the investment decision is sound. The sector is expected to grow at 30% over the next decade across the housing, retail, hospitality and commercial verticals. The market size is expected to touch USD 180 billion by 2020”, explained Ashwinder Raj Singh, CEO - Residential Services, JLL India
Advising NRIs on real estate investments in India, Ashwinder Raj Singh says, “Being a capital intensive product, real estate investment decisions need to be backed by sound advice from professionals coming from a strong research-driven background. NRI investors are advised to opt only for reputed developers, unless they can actually come down to India and look at projects in different areas of their preferred cities. Alternatively, they can depend on their friends, colleagues and relatives back home to look beyond options by leading, reliable developers. They should have a general check-list to verify the track record and brand visibility of a developer, as well as the soundness of the identified location in terms of social and civic infrastructure, and the amenities in the project”.
“NRI investors looking for discounts could book in the pre-launch stage of a project to get competitive prices. Developers have traditionally tried to attract high net-worth individuals with exclusive investment opportunities. Due diligence is important for end-users, and even more so in the case of investors looking at upcoming or peripheral locations around the big cities. Professional property advisors should be consulted for different real estate asset classes”, further added Ashwinder Raj Singh.
JLL is India's largest international property consultancy. Operating in ten cities, JLL India has expertise in retail, office and residential real estate, real estate research, real estate capital markets, Integrated Facilities Management, Project Development Services and Property & Asset Management.