MCHI CREDAI Property Expo inaugurated
The exhibition offers a good opportunity not only for domestic buyers but also for NRIs who are looking to invest back at home.
Nov 02, 2012
Source : GNB
15,000 properties with over 120 developers participating

 

India’s largest real estate exposition today got off to a flying start at BKC grounds, Mumbai, featuring over 15,000 properties with over 120 developers participating. Axis bank is the co-organiser of the exhibition.
 
The MCHI CREDAI’s 20th Real Estate & Housing Finance Exhibition, was formally inaugurated by Jairam Sridharan Senior Vice President and Head – Consumer lending & Payments Axis Bank and Sunil V. Shaligram General Manager and Head – Project Finance & Technical Services HDFC Ltd at MMRDA Grounds.

 
MCHI-CREDAI President Paras Gundecha said: “With the ongoing festive season, coupled with the revival of interest among home buyers, this exhibition is the ideal destination for a cross section of people. Apart from the wide range of properties, we also have facilities for spot finance with as many as 15 housing finance companies participating. We are sure all visitors will enjoy the experience here.”
 
The exhibition, spreading across 30,000 sq mtr features properties from across Mumbai and Mumbai Metropolitan Region with varied sizes and convenient price points – all in an air-conditioned comfort.
 
Reflecting growing interest from outside Mumbai, some properties from Pune, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai and Kerala are also on display at the exhibition.
 
Bandish Ajmera, Chraiman, MCHI-CREDAI Exhibition Committee said, “Everybody likes to own a house and it is not an easy decision to take. Lot of planning, thinking and due diligence goes in before a family decides to buy their dream home. Based on the buyer feedback we at MCHI CREDAI have designed the exhibition in such a manner that the home seekers save time, efforts and can take their decisions. With our stamp of guarantee – MCHI Hai Toh Bharosa Hai – the buyer is assured to smooth transactions”. 
 
Another unique feature of the exhibition is that many new developers have showcased their properties in competition with the established developers.
 
Ranging from 1/2/3/4/5 BHK and studio apartments, duplex, penthouses, row houses and bungalows, the expo also has second homes/holiday homes, NA plots, shops and office premises.  


Jairam Sridharan, Senior Vice President & Head – Consumer lending & Payments said: “It is a matter of great pride for us at Axis Bank to be associated with this event as it offers a great opportunity to all classes of home buyers to purchase their dream homes. We appreciate the efforts of MCHI-CREDAI in showcasing a wide variety of properties. I am confident that those looking for a house will get what they are looking for here at the expo.”
 

The exhibition offers a good opportunity not only for domestic buyers but also for NRIs who are looking to invest back at home. As many as 15 home finance companies have set up their stalls to offer spot loans.
 
Visitors to the expo have a new experience with valet parking, registration counter with state-of-the-art technology that depicts product locator, and a Kid Zone where kids can enjoy while their parents are shopping for their “Dream Homes”.
 
In line with the high-tech trend, MCHI-CREDAI has implemented a unique QR code to facilitate home buyers to focus on their search as per their requirement.

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