REALTORS PUT THEIR BEST FOOT FORWARD AT TIMES INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY EXPO

MUSCAT: This year’s Times International Property Exhibition is featuring only genuine and authentic real estate developers who have scripted the real estate success story of India.

The exhibition, which will be held at Al Falaj Hotel on February 20 and 21, will be inaugurated by H E J S Mukul, Indian Ambassador to Oman.

The annul exhibition, which is the sixth in a row, has 40 major realtors and property developers, who have earned the trust of millions of Indians through their impeccable track record.

These realtors are showcasing their projects located in different parts of India. There are more than 500 projects from the stable of genuine builders up for grabs for NRIs in Muscat.

Interestingly, developers are participating in the Times International Property Exhibition with their own USPs with amenities ranging from well-equipped gymnasium, swimming pool, meditation area, amphitheatre and spas. For home buyers there are builders who specialise in imparting a sporty touch to their projects.

They have in store projects with squash, tennis, badminton and basketball courts, jogging track and cricket pitch.

Going by the current trend, there are builders who are putting their best foot forward by their eco-friendly constructions. These builders are showing their sustainable projects with eco-friendly materials and solutions to minimise carbon emission, rainwater harvesting, solar heating and lighting, etc at Times International Property Exhibition. In short, all builders have something unique to offer to the visitors to the pavilion.

From properties in metro cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and Kolkota to upcoming and emerging cities such as Ahmedabad, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram, Pune, Goa, Bhopal, Mangalore and Mysore will be featured at the exhibition..

The exhibition will be open from 10am to 9pm with entry free. There will be enough space for parking. There will be also interactive seminars as part of the exhibition.

M I Sait, a representative of The Times of India, said, “Forty builders are participating at Times International Property Exhibition with their pan-India presence. They are trusted by millions of Indians. This is the sixth year we are conducting the India property exhibition. We are encouraged by the response shown by NRIs in Oman. Our exhibitions are not limited to NRIs in Oman. In fact, we conduct property trade fairs and exhibitions all over the world, where Indians are present.”

The trade fair has a wide range of projects to meet the needs of all income groups.

SOURCE: MUSCAT DAILY