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Property Expos to Perk Up Festive Realty

Torbit - October 02, 2022 - - 0 |

As the festive season kicks off with Navratras, real estate industry bodies, online property transaction and advisory portals and individual developers are here with special property expos to cash in on the festive home buying ….                  Vinod Behl

Leading digital real estate platform, Housng.com has come up with its annual online real estate sales event- Mega Home Utsav 2022, making buyers grab attractive discount offers from the comfort of their homes with the help of enabling technologies.

Showcasing prominent properties from 22 cities in the county, the month-long event is runnng between September 20 and October 20, 2022. For this event, Housing.com has tied up with major developers in the country who will showcase their properties during the event. The major developers that will be participating in the expo include G square Housing, Merlin Group, Kalpataru Group, Casagrande Builder, Raymond Limited, Salarpuria Sattva, TVS Emerald Haven Realty and Puraniks Builders, to name a few.The  participation of more than 300 developers and over 2,000 channel partnersis expected in the event.

The mega deals that developers are offering during the property expo include complete stamp duty waiver, bookings at as low as Rs 21,000, various payment schemes to lower the cost burden, free car parking, free Ola electric bike with each booking and discount of up to Rs 2 lakh on bookings.

In its all-new format, the Mega Home Utsav , with HSBC as lead sponsor ,will make virtual home purchases even more convenient and life-like with 3D virtual booths. The more compact design, with visualization products and content-based offerings will ensure higher visibility for channel partners, developers and advertisers as well.

Investors Clinic came up with Navratri Propfest in Noida and Gurgaon, bringing leading developers under one roof . There were on the spot discount offers up to 20% and tailor made payment plans.

Several developers in the NCR are also organising home expos to cash in on the festive season. BPTP has come up with what it calls, Navratri’s grandest property offers at its expo for three of their best delivered townships- Terra, Sector 37D Gurgaon, Fortune Astaire Gardens Sector 70A Gurgaon and Amstoria 102 Eden Estate, Sector 102 Gurgaon. At Terra, 3 BHK and 3BHK plus Home Office smart homes are on offer at a starting price of Rs 1.58 crore, on 25: 75 payment plan. At Fortuna , newly launched premium plots are on sale at a starting price of Rs 4 crore. At Amstora, luxury plots are being offered at a starting price of Rs 3.4 crore. Besides special Navratras offers, buyers stand a chance to spin the wheel and win gifts up to Rs 1 lakh. The expo is on from 26 September to 4 October.

In its special Navratri bonanza, Spaze Group is offering SCO plots at Grand Central 114, Gurgaon. There is a Rs 5 lakh Tanishq jewellery gift voucher with assured gift . There is anarray of gifts like 20 gram gold coin, domestic holiday voucher for a couple, Bose Music System worth Rs 1 lakh, 65 inch LED TV, Croma Voucher worth Rs 1 lakh, Apple Macbook, iphone14, Samsung two fold phone, Zara voucher worth Rs 1 lakh.

In its Navratri Carnival , Saya Homes is providing opportunity to property buyers to buy their dream home/property with ready possession at a much discounted price . The season’s stand out offer  ensures on-site guaranteed presents with every home purchase. Home buyers also stand a chance to win prizes like an iphone 14 with 128GB of storage, a Macbook, 25 gram gold, 2.5 kg silver and three years of free property maintainenance . The offer is for Saya Gold Avenue, Ghaziabad and Saya Plazza Noida. The home buyers at the carnival , with a tagline, ‘Premium homes at non-premium prices’, stand to get exclusive discounts and customised payment plan on instant booking. The carnival that started on 26 September ,will be on till 10 October.

Leading industry body, Credai-MCHI will be organising a 4 day long Property Fest between 13-16 October at MMRDA Grounds , Mumbai. This 30th edition of the flagship event will offer a wide range of residential properties to customers -from affordable to luxury apartments. It aims to bring the most renowned developers and home buyers under one umbrella. According to Dhaval Ajmera, Honorary Secretary, Credai-MCHI , this expo will open doors to a new home buying experience for thousands of buyers who will enjoy a vastly improved level of ease and convenience in buying their dream homes. The hghlight of the event is Credai- MCHI’s collaboration with the Department of Registrations and Stamps of Maharashtra government to introduce an E-registration facility which will hugely help in boosting home ownership sentiment. According to Nikunj Sanghavi, Convener, Exhibitions Committee of Credai-MCHI, customer centricicity is behind this initiative. The customers visiting the exhibition, , will get an opportunity to understand the process in real-time with the help of dedicated members of Credai-MCHI. This will immensely help ease home transactions.

Magicbricks Dream Home Festival from 1-2 October, 2022, brings exclusive launches, attractive deals and offers to customers at the click of a button The home festival features over 180 properties from over 170 developers including Puravankara, Aparna, Jain Housing and Spectrum to showcse available properties across 19 cities. The festival offers customers  benefits such as free registry and car parking, GST & Stamp duty waivers, discounts up to Rs 7 lakhs for on-the-spot bookings. There is free maintenance and club membership, lucrative home loan interest rates and exclusive discounts such as Rs 1000 on per square feet rates along with opportunity to interact with developers directly.

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