MCHI CREDAI Property 2013 Inaugurated today focuses on ’Property Buyer of Tomorrow’

With inputs from Girija Balan
Kemmannu News Network, 11-04-2013 18:42:04

April 11, 2013, Mumbai (By Lokesh Shastri): The ‘MCHI CREDAI Property 2013, the 21st Real estate & Housing Finance Exhibition’ that was inaugurated in Mumbai today, had organized two important seminars  to coincide with the mega property exhibition where developers would be displaying about 15,000 properties.

There were two seminars and both were houseful.  They addressed the issues on real estate in Mumbai under the title of Prospects India 2013- Decoding the Property Buyer of tomorrow.

The seminars, chaired by key developers from Mumbai, were on the two vital topics which are of major concern for Mumbai and home buyers from across Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).

The first seminar on Mumbai Makeover- Redevelopment was held at 14.30. This seminar included discussions on topics such ‘Mumbai’s answer to land crunch’, ‘the new stock in the city’, ‘changing profiles of localities’ and others. This seminar will be chaired by Mayur Shah, Vice President, MCHI-CREDAI, Shailesh Puranik, President, MCHI-CREDAI (Thane unit), Vinod Sampat, Advocate & Property expert, Naushad Panjwani, Senior Executive Director- Knight Frank and others.

 

 

Global Advertisers, India’s premier outdoor advertising agency, has created the buzz for the exhibition through an outdoor campaign that employs imposing giant-size billboards across Mumbai.

 

The next seminar was addressing every investor’s concern what is the ‘Best time to invest’ This seminar was held at 4 P.M. today. This seminar  included the presence of some major real estate players such as Boman Irani, Hon Secretary, MCHI- CREDAI, Deepak Goradia, Vice President, MCHI-CREDAI, Subhankar Mitra, Head- Strategic Consulting-  JLL INDIA, Gulam Zia, Executive Director- Knight Frank.

The two seminars were the major highlights of the exhibition that has more than 15000 properties on display. These properties are from different parts of the state and the country. Properties ranging from 1/2/3/4/5 BHK and studio apartments, duplex, penthouses, row houses, bungalows, second homes/holiday homes, NA plots, shops, office premises will be displayed at the mega event.

 

The exhibition including the seminars has the prime aim of helping every home buyer achieve his/her dream of buying a home in Mumbai. Hence this year’s theme of the exhibition is ‘Mumbai makes me happy, where dreams come true’. Mumbai has been the prime destination for investment in homes by home buyers. Its emergence as a global financial hub, economic growth of this city, rapid growth of infrastructure is attracting people from across the country resulting in additional demand for homes.

 

Commenting on the seminars at the mammoth Real Estate & Housing Finance exhibition, leading real estate developer and Mr. Vimal Shah, President-Elect, MCHI CREDAI said, “Every year we attempt to make the MCHI-CREDAI expo better for the consumer. The seminars are an attempt to make the exhibition more educative and informative for the home buyers as well as general public. We are sure our visitors will find these seminars useful in taking their decision to buy their dream home at the exhibition.”

 

Global Advertisers, India’s premier outdoor advertising agency, has created the buzz for the exhibition through an outdoor campaign that employs imposing giant-size billboards across Mumbai.

 

The campaign has already generated intense curiosity among buyers through a larger than life billboards that carry the message ’Mumbai makes me happy; where dreams come true’.

 

Global’s MCHI-Credai Exhibition outdoor displays span the entire Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR):

 

Western Line: Marine Drive, Dadar, Mahim, Juhu, Andheri, Kandivali, Peddar Road, Prabhadevi, Santacruz, Jogeshwari, Goregaon, Malad, Borivali, Bandra, Santacruz,Worli, Dahisar, Virar, Khar, Boisar, Vasai, Nalasopara and Mumbai Central.

 

Central Line: Thane, Sion, Byculla, Powai, Vikroli, Parel, Mulund Kalyan, Ambernath

 

Harbor Line: Vashi, Panvel, Shahad, Kurla, Chembur

 

 

 

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