Arbaaz Khan to inaugurate Indian Property Show in Dubai
Bollywood actor Arbaaz Khan will inaugurate the Indian Property Show here tomorrow
Dubai: Bollywood actor Arbaaz Khan will inaugurate the Indian Property Show here tomorrow, which is back with a new set of properties featuring the latest projects in India and diverse offerings from developers.
Khan, 46, is the brand ambassador of the Indian Property Show, which will be held at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
The show is specially designed to meet the needs of NRIs in the Middle East featuring the latest projects in India and diverse offerings from developers, the organizers said.
With over 500 projects and 40,000 properties exhibited by more than 150 developers, a large spectrum of options are available for buyers from budget, mid-high end and luxury properties alongside various investment deals for both residential and commercial properties, they said.
The Indian real estate sector continues to be a favored destination for investors. The urban population will surge in the coming years, which, coupled with growth in employment, education and health care, will push the demand for residential and commercial space.
Certain pockets in cities like Pune, Chennai and Bangalore that are seeing real-time infrastructure enhancements will show price rise, said Sunil Jaiswal, CEO Sumansa Exhibitions, the organisers of the popular Indian Property Show.
Real estate sector has given a red carpet welcome to a stable government. The market is extremely positive and bullish. Realtors and local players expect that market is now all set to pick up after the polls and with PMO’s declaration of goal to develop at least 100 cities over a period of 5 years, a high paced double digit growth is expected, said Honey Katiyal, CEO of Investors Clinic.
“We expect a great response to White City Kandivali, Mumbai project which will be shared with visitors at the upcoming exhibition,” said Pratik Patel, Director – Rajesh LifeS paces.
“We would also utilize this opportunity to pre-launch our Thane projects while expecting to sell a minimum of 25,000 sq. ft. at the show,” he said.