Central India's first property show
Feb 28, 2014
Source : The Times of India


INDORE: Moving forward with the traditions of excellence and innovations, Credai's (Confederation of Real Estate Developer's Associations) Indore chapter once again brings a property show- 2014. Being organized from the last two years, this property fair has got tremendous response from people and the critics. Forming its chain of success, Credai this year is entering into its third edition. From 28th February to 2nd March, this three-day event will be held in Indore.

Credai's Sandeep Shrivastav, informed that Credai-2014 will be very different from its earlier editions. The main attraction of this fair would be the unique implementation of the designer stalls in the property fair this time. This is done to give an international look, feel and uniformity to the entire fair which is a first time experiment in central India.

Usually, the property fairs have a monotonous stall designs which lack aesthetics and leads to disinterest in the visitor's mind and therefore this time the event is unique concept of designer stalls will call for more visitors.

Almost 100 property projects will be highlighted in this show. Along with various opportunities to invest, this year too the show will be having (on the spot) finance facilities, site visit privileges, all under a single roof.

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