Abu Dhabi: Right time to invest - India Property Fest brings together top names in industry

Media Release

Abu Dhabi, May 29: Adsync Advertising LLC is staging its fourth edition of India Property Fest on Friday May 29 and Saturday May 30, between 10 am and 9 pm, at one of the most coveted destinations in the UAE - Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi.

India Property Fest gives you unrivalled access to the greatest number of property leaders, development projects, different investment options, financing sources and much more. It brings together everyone and anyone that you might need to meet, talk to or just have a good old natter with investments that you intend to make.

India Property Fest makes it possible for buyers or investors who are keen to consider investing in real estate, to meet and talk to some of the leading developers in this sector. Many buyers and investors lead busy lives so the property fest has brought together some of the most interesting and iconic developments from all over India, enabling visitors to view a large number of projects all showing together.

Speaking on this occasion, Pradeep Pinto, organizer of India Property Fest said, "Whether you are a first time buyer or looking to invest in the property market, India Property Fest will be a brilliant way to get all the information you need about the Indian property market - direct from a handpicked selection of the region's well known developers."

During this two-day exhibition, visitors can look out for luxury apartments, residential buildings, plots, independent villas, from India’s top developers across Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Goa, Kerala, Mangaluru, Gurgaon, Baroda, Noida and more. There is everything for every individual at the show and you can be rest assured of the best property deals and investments to help realize your dream of owning your dream home back home!

This season the event showcases the crème de la crème of the Indian real estate sector. At the exhibition there will be over 45 developers participating with a wide selection of property from condos to villas with prices to suit all budgets.

Participating developers include Redrocks - Mangaluru, Northernsky- Mangaluru, Hanuman Builders & Developers- Udupi, Puravankara, Karle Infra, DSR Infrastructure Pvt Ltd Provident, Artha Properties, Godrej Properties, Lodha Group, Sunteck, Radius Developers, Ansal Housing, WTC Noida, Supertech, Imperia, Ekta World, Kohinoor Developers, Rustumjee, Propshell, Asset Homes, Modispace, Wave Infratech, SS Group, Shanders and many more.

India Property Fest is supported by print partner - Khaleej Times and television partner Times Now. Visitors are encouraged to pre-register as well as get all the latest information from http://www.india-propertyfest.com/

Here’s a great opportunity to meet and talk to the developers in a quite environment, and to find out all about owning a dream property in India.

Come along and take the temperature of the Indian property market this weekend at Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi!


Comment on this article

  • Ronnie, M'lore

    Sat, May 30 2015

    There are more than 5000 flats are vacant in M'lore. Supply and demand equation has gone for a toss,it's 5:1 (five flats of supply for one demand). The game is over! One has look into debt books of builders

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