The 8th edition of Indian Property Show is scheduled to open on June 16-18 at Dubai World Trade Centre. About ?250 projects worth $2.232 billion is expected to be showcased by over 50 developers. Around 70 per cent of the projects are for residences, while 30 per cent offer commercial and retail space.
The exhibition will be a 3-day affair and will be a snapshot of Indian property market as a whole. Visitors will get an overview of the spectrum of properties available with different investment options, financing sources, Vaastu consultations, and also sorting out legal queries. Major real estate developers such as Unitech Ltd, Vatika Group, Godrej Properties, Hiranandani, ?Ansal Housing, India Bulls, Jaypee Greens, Lokhandwala, Ireo, and Arihant Superstructure.
According to the CEO of the exhibition, Sunil Jaiswal, with the Rupee becoming strong against the dollar, the demand for property has improved in India. The property also aimed to tap investors who are interested in financial portfolios with real estate and for those looking to maximize their ROI.
The last exhibition had around 17000 visitors. The exhibition also features seminars by some of the influential property experts, international fund managers, and legal advisers. The seminar will talk about the upcoming projects, and infrastructural development. Some of the cities in focus are Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Chennai, Gurgaon, Noida, and Kochi. Banks and financial institutions are also participating in the upcoming show.
The show is expected to?to generate $58 million (Dh 213 million) worth of business, the organiser said.