Indian Property Exhibition held in Kuwait

Jan 09, 2008: Indian property is now in demand outside the India too. All India property exhibition will be held at the Kuwait Ramada Hotel on Jan 11 & 12, 2008. Various leading builders and housing finance organizations from India will take part. Large number of residential and commercial properties from all over India will be in showcase. This event is being conducted by Indus Fairs & Events (India) Pvt Ltd in association with Danat Al Sultan Kuwait. The main aim of this exhibition is to provide benefit to the customers so that they get reputed builders, best finance option and property information under one roof. Buyers can get home for themselves with ease.

More than 200 projects from all across the India are included in this exhibition. Whether it is the matter of bungalows or villas, farm houses or beach resorts, apartments or independent houses, buyers will get lots of choice.

As the trend going on, NRI investors are taking India as a great real estate investment destination. So, they would get proper information on future and current real estate projects.

The earlier events organized by Indus group in Dubai had done business worth 100 crores and generated sales inquiries worth more than 300 crores and the event recently held in Muscat had done business transactions worth more than 80 crores and generated sales inquiries more than 700 crores. The current event in Kuwait is expected to surpass the earlier exhibitions. The event is being sponsored by Vatika Group, NRI City by R.D Enterprises and Co Sponsored by Premier Properties

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