NASHIK: The Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Association of India (CREDAI) Nashik recently held a business to business (B2B) meeting with the local real estate brokers in a bid to boost the real estate sector in Nashik.
Around 100 residential projects by around 30 city builders were showcased during a meeting held in Hotel Gateway in Nashik, which had been attended by around 200 brokers.
The real estate sector is already passing through a phase of recession for the past three-four years and Nashik's real estate sector is also not exception to this. Around 4,000 ready flats are lying unsold due to recession. Hence, the CREDAI has taken initiative to connect brokers to boost sale of real estate properties in the city.
Speaking to TOI, Jayesh Thakkar, president, CREDAI Nashik said, "We had invited around 200 brokers across the city for B2B meeting. We introduced them with 30 city builders with their various residential projects across the city. The builders also provided brochures and necessary information about the projects to brokers on the occasion. The idea is to boost the real estate business with the help of brokers." He added, "The brokers are also provided their commission on the day when document of the property is signed."
He said, "We are also planning to organised such B2B in the city, shortly. We are also planning to provide training to brokers to make them more professional and more knowledgeable."
CREDAI Nashik has been taking efforts to boost the real estate sector. As part of this, it had organised a realty expo at Ghatkopar and in Nashik too during festive season of Dasara and Diwali.
Thakkar added, "We had very good festive season as around 250 residential flats worth Rs 75 crore were booked during a period from Dasara to Diwali."