All set for Property 2007

Mumbai: The Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry (MCHI) Property 2007 exhibition is back, offering property buyers a plethora of properties, home loan options at special rates, especially tailor made to suit every budget.

The MCHI Property 2007 – 10th Real Estate & housing finance exhibition will be held at the Bandra-Kurla Complex, MMRDA Grounds from April 5 to 8, 2007. The exhibition is organised by MCHI and co-organised by LIC housing finance with Principal Partners being HDFC and ICICI Home loans.

Spread over an area of 25,000 sq. metres consisting of three multiple halls, Property 2007 will have leading property developers and housing finance Institutions (HFI) participating from Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane and rest of India along with international property developers from the Middle East countries, especially Dubai.

Participants include 100 developers showcasing more than 2000 projects and 15 housing finance companies. Mr Dharmesh Jain, Convenor and Chairman, Exhibitions, MCHI, says, \”Our aim in organizing these exhibitions is to bring home seekers in direct contact with developers showcasing their projects so as to eliminate the hassles of going through the process of scouting various projects scattered across the city and suburbs.

Another very important aspect that home seekers will benefit at the exhibition is that they will get an opportunity to interact with experts in the field, who will answer all their queries related to the housing industry, at the same time getting an industry perspective on the real estate industry post budget, which will help them in better planning for their new home.\”

Mr. Mayur Shah, Co-Convenor & Chairman PR & Advtg . Exhibitions adds, “Today , with the property market buoyant and home seekers undecided whether to buy now or wait for the rates to fall, this property exhibition comes at an appropriate time.”

Property 2007 will have for the first time a concurrent MCHI Job Fair which will be held from April 6 – 8, 2007 at the venue itself. The job fair seeks to address the shortage of talented professionals by bringing participants in direct contact with candidates seeking to make a career in the real estate industry.

Another important value addition to this year\’s Mega Show will be the B2B seminar series being introduced for the first time at an Indian property exhibition. This seminar enhance growth for the industry by bringing the ancillary industries such as building materials, equipment manufacturers, fixtures and fittings, security systems, elevators etc, all under one roof.

This would provide them an opportunity in making presentations to a captive audience comprising of Purchase Managers, Real Estate Developers and Decision Makers. This year\’s property exhibition will also have a special pavilion dedicated to commercial and retail properties, making it more convenient for property seekers in Mumbai.

Property 2007 will showcase properties of reputed builders and developers from across the country. Leading Banks, Home Insurance and Housing Finance Companies will offer home buyers exclusive deals that are specially designed for this property exhibition.

Manufacturers, suppliers and designers of dcor and lifestyle products from India and abroad will be there to help you further enhance the beauty and interiors of your homes. Visitors to the mega show can have their queries on various property matters answered and guidance given by experts in their fields, on issues such as legal, rise of home finance, taxation, formation of housing societies etc.

Free shuttle buses running to and fro from the venue and main railway stations, air-conditioned food courts and comfortable A/C business lounges for one to one discussions are added attractions.

(Courtesy: Economic Times)

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