SBI Property Xpo in Bhubaneswar
May 12, 2012
Source : Gharabari.com

 

If you had been thinking long to buy your dream home, your wait could just be over. The time is ripe to book your dream property. The State Bank of India is organising a property exhibition in Bhubaneswar from 18th to 20th May 2012 at Hotel Swosti Premium. The event supported by Orimark Properties will display all SBI approved properties and will provide the buyers ample options to choose from.
 
The exhibition will provide a platform to buyers to get special deals and offers while choosing a property and also availing home loan from SBI. The property expo will particularly be a boon for those who don’t have enough time to go through various promoters and builders to look for their apartment or dream property. 
 
The event, wherein leading builders, flat promoters and property builders will participate, will have some special features including concession on margin and processing charges, low interest rate on daily reducing basis and low processing charge. The other advantages would include no prepayment/foreclosure penalties and parking of surplus funds. The best part of this property fair would be the on-the-spot principle sanction.
 
In what can be termed as a major relief for all buyers, the fair would have no hidden costs or administrative charges. Yet another attraction would be that the buyers can get their home loan account parked at a branch nearest to their present or proposed residence. The loans would be available nationwide on all 13,700 branches of SBI. No wonder, the fair, which has FREE entry, is just not worth missing. Go grab your dream home.
 

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