Home Maker adds class to the affordable real estate market
Mar 04, 2014
Source : The Times of India

 

MUMBAI: Home Maker Properties Private Limited adds a new paradigm to the real estate market with its impressive offering of affordable mass housing projects providing top class residential as well as commercial properties. The company intends to develop more than 7 lakh sq ft area in West India.

This mass housing project development has focused on the development of residential projects for common people with the state of art technology while safeguarding their deep concern towards the environmental conservation and protection issues.

In future, Home Maker will collaborate with international designers and architects for their mass housing projects thereby bringing International standards of construction within the reach of the masses. The company will also be collaborating with the International companies so as to bring the direct foreign investment in India for improving the financially weak segment in the country.

Sandeep Ram Milan Shukla, managing director, Home Maker Properties Pvt Ltd says, “Our mission is to bring top class facilities within the ambit of mass housing thereby giving even the financial backward access to such facilities. We are also committed to the protection of our environment and have taken steps to ensure it by adhering to stringent environmental protection measures.”

Home Maker has been acknowledged by Global Accreditation Board and International Council of Accreditation Bodies as an International Standard Organisation (ISO) 9001:2008 towards Quality Management Services (QMS). The company has also been acknowledged by Environmental Management System (EMS) for their Concern of Environment and its Protection with ISO14001:2004 EMS.

Home Maker Properties Private Limited has also been acknowledged by Global Accreditation Board and International Council Of Accreditation Bodies for the International Safety Standards – OHSAS (Occupational Health and Safety Analysis System)18001: 2007. The company believes that it is equally important to consider the safety factor from the inception of construction activity till the specified life of the constructed structure.
Home Maker seriously believes in the right of a common man – with capacity of purchasing a house only once or twice in their entire lifetime – access to a top class residential option that is not only affordable but also is very light on maintenance.

About Home Maker

Home Maker Properties Private Limited is situated in Mumbai – The India’s economic backbone and financial capital of India and more precisely in Mumbai’s corporate Hub – Nariman Point. The company is headed by group of qualified persons having not only the practical experience in their relative fields but they are holding a technical qualification certificates.

The company has been awarded with International Standard Organisation. The ISO 9001:2008 certification is given to those companies that follow the strict norms of Quality Management Services. The company has also been awarded international safety standards certification known as OHSAS (Occupational Health and Safety Analysis System) certification for adhering to strict rules and regulations towards the safety standards since the commencing of projects and considering of the safety standards during the Design of the process. Home Maker additionally has been awarded the Environmental Management System (EMS 14001: 2004) given to company which care about the environment and its surroundings.

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