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Over 200 Indian developers at Dubai expo

UAE Business

More than 200 Indian property developers across 14 states and 60 cities assembled at the Credai’s Indian Property Show that opened to public today (December 7) in Dubai.

The popular exhibition, featuring thousands of residential and commercial projects, has sparked further interest among property buyers following the recent reforms to promote transparency in the Indian real-estate sector, said the event organisers.

The event was inaugurated by Sultan Butti bin Mejren, the director general of Dubai Land Department (DLD); Vipul, Indian Consul General to UAE; Dr Arathi Krishna, Deputy Chairman, NRI Forum Karnataka, and Arbaaz Khan, Bollywood actor, producer and Indian Property Show brand ambassador in the presence of top Credai dignitaries.

The three-day property expo, which is open to all, is being held at Halls 7 & 8, Dubai World Trade Centre from 12noon to 8pm till December 9.

Besides property retail, visitors can also avail tempting offers for on spot purchase, flat discounts, free home through lucky draw, on booking a property at the exhibition you can avail complimentary tickets to global destinations, and the most attractive offer is by just visiting the show you are eligible to win 6 free return tickets to India.

At the expo, visitors not only get a chance to closely observe the current trends of Indian property market, but also can register any related grievance at the Consumer Grievance Redressal Forum, present at the venue.

Credai will also host Smart India Realty Meet & Awards Ceremony to acknowledge the leading developers and Government Institutions in UAE and India, Banks, Dubai Land Department and UAE Channel partners

Commenting on the sector’s growth, Jaxay Shah, the president of Credai, National, said: "This is a good time to invest in real estate in India keeping in view that the average rate of growth in prices has been more than 20 per cent per annum historically and likely to rise to as high as 30 per cent every year."

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