Chandigarh, February 21
Planning to buy a residential or commercial property and tired of visiting real estate consultants and developers one by one? If yes, The Tribune Real Estate Expo-2020, the biggest expo of the region, is your one-stop centre. You will get an opportunity to interact with more than 20 well-established developers under one roof.
The three-day event, which is aimed at introducing prospective customers and investors to multiple real-estate projects, kicked off here today.
The event witnessed 23 well-established builder companies, including Sushma Builders, Hero Homes, HPL Galleria, SBP Homes, Mohali Walk, Victoria Heights, Omaxe, Manohar Infrastructure, Uptown Skylla, Quark City and Highland Parks. HDFC, Panjab National Bank and IDBI were present as the banking partners at the event. Two infrastructure-development companies were also a part of the event.
The expo was inaugurated by Sujeet Kumar, General Manager and Senior Region Head, IDBI Bank, Chandigarh, along with Pawandeep S Bawa, general manager, business head, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh at HDFC Limited.
Bawa was optimistic about the real-estate market. “We are seeing a good response in the affordable housing section as a lot of builder projects are coming up as per the interests of the consumers in the one BHK and two BHK category.”
The event hosted a variety of products, including plots, flats, villas, luxury apartments, shops and mall spaces. Prospective buyers had various options — budget-friendly flats, villas, commercial properties or plots in Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali.
The first day of the event witnessed a good footfall of prospective buyers of commercial as well as of residential build-ups. They interacted with builders and home-loan providers, which provided them insights into investment opportunities. Expecting more affordable housing options, the buyers were elated to experience the range of choices.
Offering a word of advice to the real estate seekers, Bawa said: “It’s the right time to buy property as builders have reduced their rates and there are favourable regulations afloat.”
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