Chennai’s Biggest Property Show ever!
- The flagship property show by IndiaProperty will showcase over 400 new projects by 150 top buildersfrom Chennai and Kerala
- Scheduled on the 8th & 9th November 2014 at Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai. Entry and parking is FREE
Chennai,5th November, 2014: Capitalizing on this festive season IndiaProperty brings the 52nd edition of Grahapravesam to Chennai. With over 150 top builders from the region, the event has something on offer for everyone. Developers are showcasing projects starting at as low as INR 5 Lacs for a plot to as high as INR 3 Crores for a Villa. It’s a one stop shop for all home buying needs from identifying the right house to financial assistance to interior décor support.
The expo is scheduled on the 8th & 9th November 2014 at Chennai Trade Centre in Chennai. The participants include Navin’s Housing, P dot G, L & T Realty, Arun Excello, Mahindra Lifespaces and many more.
The expo will witness developers and buyers using the newly launched app 3D Pano X which integrates the print and the digital medium seamlessly. Another highlight is the exclusively engineered India’s first Virtual property Tour by IndiaProperty which uses motion sensors to give buyers a never before experienced home buying.
The event will also have an exclusive KERALA PAVILLION with top builders from Kerala participating. Some of the major developers participating are Skyline, Olive builders, Jos Alukkas, Coral group, Fern valley to name a few.
According to Ganesh Vasudevan, CEO IndiaProperty, “Over the years Chennai has emerged as a promising manufacturing, education and IT Hub. The realty industry here has been growing at a stable rate with increasing proportion of migratory as well as expat population. The market is seeing continuous residential demand from end users, investors, as well as people looking for rental accommodation. In the past two financial quarters even though the market has witnessed slow sales, the increasing number of inquiries from buyers indicates positive market sentiments in the coming quarters. Buyers are slowly coming out of their ‘wait and watch mode’ and looking forward to fix on property deals in the coming quarters.”