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Construction : Web Exclusive | April 2013 | Source : Construction Update

Mumbai property show attracts over 90,000 visitors

The 'MCHI-CREDAI Property show 2013,' attracted more than 90,000 visitors, claimed the property show organisers-Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry (MCHI) and Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (CREDAI). The organisers claimed that the show lived up to its theme, 'Mumbai makes me happy, The property show held at MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai from April 11-14, 2013.

MCHI-CREDAI authorities said that developers and buyers struck several deals, including spot bookings, during the exhibition. The premier property show also witnessed good enquiry for luxury properties as more and more people are keen to experience global living standards and life style, MCHI officials added.

As such, the leading developers were inundated with site-visit requests from potential customers. Paras Gundecha, president, MCHI-CREDAI, said that the property show was a success.

The show received innumerable enquiries from potential customers on properties that were priced rightly. One and two BHK flats, in particular, generated huge enquiries. The huge number of walk-ins on all four days and decent booking figures has confirmed that substantial demand for housing existed in various categories at numerous locations across the country.

It gives us great pleasure that we have managed to change the perception of analysts and critics. Importantly, the exhibition has added optimism among every stakeholder of the real estate sector."

Bandish Ajmera, Chairman of the exhibition committee, said that this year's exhibition drew a quality crowd and serious buyers.

 
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