Indian Property Show 2013 conducted in Doha

Last week Indian Property Show 2013 was conducted at La Cigale Hotel in Doha. The property show attracted the takers and the NRI investors.

Non-resident Indian (NRIs) who live in Doha participated in Indian Property Show 2013 which was conducted at La Cigale Hotel last week. Thousands of NRIs visited the show.

The Indian Property Show 2013, which displayed nearly 200 properties of 50 developers, attracted the buyers in great numbers. Those NRIs, who were looking for a chance to invest in India, approached it as a good platform for them to know and see the various properties in India.

Sumansa Exhibitions-organized show was well-applauded and received by them. It was one of the biggest exhibitions conducted in Doha. It showcased properties worth over QR10 billion. Around 200 projects were displayed. 50 developers participated in the show.

Indian Ambassador for Doha Sanjiv Arora inaugurated the show. The inaugural ceremony was conducted at Al Wajba Ball. The program began at 10.30 in the morning.

Sumansa Exhibitions’ CEO Sunil Jaiswal had said that the property show would attract over 5000 genuine buyers. It seems that his expectations did not go in vain. He expressed his views while meeting the media personnel.

Indian Property Shows is always considered as a good platform for the NRIs to meet the developers, financiers and legal advisors under one roof. They come to know realty in India without paying a visit to the Subcontinent.

The NRIs get complete details about almost all upcoming projects. This helps them select the best which suits their budget as these shows always display various sorts of housing projects.

Indian Property Show 2013 too displayed various projects. It too had affordable housing projects to top-end luxury projects. Independent villa projects, apartments, commercial projects, etc. were also developed.

Ansal, Brigade, Indiabulls, Jaypee Greens, Ozone, Purvanchal, Purvankara, Wave, etc. are a few names among many who displayed projects in the show.

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