Property prices just right to own a house: President, CREDAI Bangalore

From IBC World News

“Now property prices are just right. Budget is around the corner and interest rates are also coming down. So buyers need to think seriously about the purchasing” said Mr.J.C Sharma, President, CREDAI Bangalore on the inauguration of the 2 day CREDAI Realty Expo at Hotel Lalit Ashok here today..

“There are so many news articles that we keep reading regarding unsold inventory in Bangalore. Customers are also thinking about the market rates. Customers are getting misinformation about the same. There is no high unsold residential inventory” clarified Mr.Sharma.

Hundreds of people thronged the CREDAI Expo held at Hotel Lalit Ashok, Kumar Kripa High Grounds on its first day today.

The event saw unprecedented success with hundreds of potential clients browsing through a range of projects by CREDAI members. The Expo hosted 29 builders and 3 banking institutions that provided comprehensive information on quality real estate projects in the vicinity.

Speaking on the inauguration of the event, Mr.K.K Maplani, Founder President, CREDAI Bengaluru says “Buying property is a little tedious task for everyone. But our developers are supporting all the customers. Also member developers are supporting CREDAI. The good work of the developers will be appreciated”.

Bangalore’s real estate is witnessing growth now. An exhibition of this nature helps connect people to quality builders.

The ability to browse through each project in detail, avail of financial advice and some great discounts, makes an expo like this, a highly anticipated one each year.

About CREDAI Bengaluru
CREDAI Bengaluru is an apex body of credible real estate developers, operational in Bengaluru for three decades. It has around 230 reputed developers as its members in the city and 450+ developers across the state. CREDAI Bengaluru safeguards the interests of real estate developers and builders while protecting the rights of buyers and home owners. CREDAI Bengaluru gives voice to its members and is responsible for communicating with Government agencies, trade bodies and other authorities on issues directly affecting the sector.

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