22nd Real Estate & Housing Finance Exhibition begins in Mumbai
Oct 18, 2013
Source : The Times of India


MUMBAI: The Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry, a member of the Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (MCHI-CREDAI), today opened doors to the 22nd Real Estate and Housing Finance Exhibition in Mumbai from 17th  – 20th October, 2013.

The Expo was inaugurated by Shri Mohammed Arif Naseem Khan, Cabinet ministers for Textiles, Minorities Development and AUKAF, Govt. of Maharashtra along with Guest of Honour, Shri A. Krishna Kumar, Managing Director, State Bank of India. Bollywood Actor Suniel Shetty was also present, to unveil an Art Installation designed by MCHI-CREDAI depicting the spirit of our beloved city, Mumbai. 

Conducted in Mumbai biannually, now for the 13th year in a row, MCHI-CREDAIs Expos have a history of being game changers in the realty segment. The 22nd Real Estate and Housing Finance Exhibition will serve as a perfect opportunity to showcase assorted developers projects to Mumbai’s property seekers and investors. With over a 120 participating builders and developers, the Property Expo will display a plethora of options of affordable housing, second homes, and luxury residences, investment to financial options, as well as commercial and retail property which have or will be coming up.

Speaking on the occasion Vimal Shah, President, MCHI-CREDAI said, “This Expo offers an opportunity to real estate developers of Mumbai to come together in unison to form a strong network with the target group of clients, consisting of institutional & individual investors. Over the years, the Expo has grown into the most preferred property exhibition and we pride ourselves for providing our audience with best experiences and offers.”  

The primary objective of the exhibition is to provide a real world view of the promising real estate industry to its consumers. The exhibition eases the stressful process of realty searches as it will provide a common platform of interaction for property buyers and developers.

Bandish Ajmera, Chairman, MCHI-CREDAI Exhibition Committee said, “MCHI-CREDAI is one of the most recognized associations of more than 1500 members from Mumbai & MMR Region. The Property show being in its 22nd edition this year is one of India’s Largest bi-annual property expo which is scheduled keeping in mind both festival of Dussehra as well Diwali this year, the auspicious timings of these festivals is a traditional span for majority home buying decisions in India. The properties showcased will range across the various consumer segments from affordable to Premium housing to luxury homes. Not limiting to homebuyers, the exhibition displays multiple options of properties for Commercial, Retail, Second Homes & Plots by various participants. It is also an ideal opportunity for those who are looking for investing in properties in tier II cities.

This exhibition eases the stressful process of realty searches as it provides a common platform of interaction for property buyers and developers with wide range of properties across various budgets, locations along with financial support of on-spot loans by top banks, NBFC’s, HFC’s & HFIs.”

With the theme ‘Mumbai makes Me Happy’, inspired by the spirit of Mumbai and its citizens, some of the highlights of this year’s Expo are – special QR coded badges that will enable buyers and participants to exchange contact details efficiently; an easy downloadable Mobile Application which will be a guide for the buyers, the application to also have relevant details about developers; a unique Art piece to be installed at the exhibition, depicting the ‘Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link’, made out of construction materials;  special Kids Zone for children’s recreation, state- of- the- art exhibition venue, cafeteria, shuttle bus services and online registration along with exclusive catalogues for buyers with detailed information about the Expo and participating organisations.

About MCHI:

Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry (MCHI-CREDAI), formed in 1982, is the most prominent and the only recognized body of Real Estate Developers in Mumbai and MMR. MCHI-CREDAI brings together members dealing in Real Estate Development on one common platform to address various issues facing the Industry. MCHI-CREDAI has a strong Membership of over 1800 leading Developers in Mumbai and has expanded across MMR, having its own units in Thane, Kalyan -Dombivali, Mira – Virar City, Raigad and Navi Mumbai. Members of MCHI-CREDAI account for 80% of the organized Development of new residential and commercial properties in Mumbai and MMR.

MCHI-CREDAI is recognized by Government of Maharashtra and the Central Government and helps in meeting their objectives of providing housing, which is a basic necessity. MCHI-CREDAI works towards raising awareness among the General Public, Real Estate and Construction Industry while providing them with detailed information on new developments in and around Mumbai and MMR.

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