Expanding Metropolis property fair back in Chennai

The sessions will have lectures on the implications of RERA and a panel discussion on the topic ‘Is TN ready for Affordable Housing?’ with participants from government, academia and industry.

Published: 19th May 2017 04:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th May 2017 04:22 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: With the real estate market poised to take a leap with the government’s focus on easing out the niggles in the sector, and the incentive for affordable housing, the two- day Expanding Metropolis property fair organised by the New Indian Express Group will kick off on Saturday with short discussions on two of the most important developments in the real estate industry - the introduction of the Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) and the current push given to affordable housing.

The sessions will have lectures on the implications of RERA and a panel discussion on the topic ‘Is TN ready for Affordable Housing?’ with participants from government, academia and industry.

Properties on offer include budget houses, luxury villas, individual houses, gated apartments and plots. Information about legal aspects and taxation laws in property investment, vaasthu advisory are add ons.

As a promotional offer, a property buyer will get a chance to win a mobile tablet while booking a property at the venue. The fair is being sponsored by the Bank of Baroda, SSM Builders and Promoters, Amarprakash and Casa Gande. Entry is free and the event will be open between 10.30 am and 8 pm.

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