Property exhibition held in city

The exhibition provided a platform for home seekers to interact with developers

Published: 20th February 2012 10:25 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:59 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: HDFC Limited’s ‘Bengaluru Homes Fair’ which showcased more than 30,000 units and 300 projects by 50 developers was inaugurated recently, for people who were looking out for great property deals.

The exhibition saw a wide range of projects being exhibited by the builders and developers of the city. This three-day property exhibition which was held at Sree Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bengaluru was open for all visitors.

This exhibition was held to provide platform for home seekers to directly interact with a large pool of developers under one roof, seeking information on their projects.

“At ‘Bengaluru Homes Fair’, visitors can choose from a wide range of under construction and ready possession homes of various sizes and budgets,” said S N Nagendra, regional head of HDFC Limited, Karnataka.

This property exhibition was inaugurated by Renu Sud Karnad, managing director, HDFC Limited.

Speaking on the initiative, Renu Sud Karnad said, “Bengaluru has evolved to become one of India’s most dynamic metropolitan areas. It is known for its educational institutions, IT services and as a hub to many industries. Its growth is a witness of its popularity, with the increasing demand for housing at upcoming areas with better infrastructure; many people from across the country choose to call it home.”

He added, “The range and quality of projects that we can see showcased in our exhibition is another affirmation of its status as an important city that has tremendous potential.”

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