City to witness property carnival
Jan 09, 2014
Source : The Times of India

 

VADODARA: Vadodara chapter of the Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (CREDAI) will hold a three day property carnival in the city from Friday. The event will see participation from over 80 realtors.

With the sentiment in the market are not very encouraging for the realty sector, CREDAI, Vadodara is promoting the carnival as an opportunity that may not come again for buyers. President of the chapter Chetan Shah was optimistic about the market conditions in the future.

Shah said that developments like the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, Dedicated Freight Corridor and the Statue for Unity at Sardar Sarovar close to the city will bring focus on Vadodara. "These along with industrial developments around the city will fuel the demand for tourism, residences, hotels, restaurant and other properties," he said. The carnival will have entertainment options and a food court as well.

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