When scouting for a home, where best than looking for the perfect project at a property exhibition? There are many advantages of visiting these exhibitions that are laden with limited time period offers, aiding in saving money. Property expos act as a one stop shop for all home buyers with all housing projects displayed under one roof which cater to all tastes – luxury to affordable, commercial to residential.
The MCHI-CREDAI exhibition that starts 6th October 2016 to 9th October 2016 is a trusted exhibition that has been running the show since the past 16 years. “There is credibility associated with MCHI-CREDAI. We only host only those properties that are been registered and verified. Buyers can be assured that there is no other platform where such type of trust can be assured. Success achieved year after year has made it possible to make sure that the expo has been going on for the last 16 years and proving home to lakh of people. Hence, it’s an amazing platform for both the developers and buyers to make the most of this Great Mumbai Property festival 2016,” says Tejas Vyas, Chairman - Exhibition Committee, MCHI-CREDAI.
In addition to the presence of an array of developers and projects, the property expo will also house financial institutions, thereby making the home buying experience a stress free one.
R.Vaithianathan, Managing Director, Tata Capital Housing Finance Limited says, “Tata Capital Housing Finance has partnered with MCHI, and this expo will give us great reach and visibility among all segments. The Expo is a great platform for housing finance companies and developers to come together and showcase their offerings, providing great value to all stakeholders in the real estate industry.”
Finally, after a good project and a good financing partner, next is that the deal should go through without any trouble. Many a times, buyers invest in a property and then get involved in hassles like delayed possession from developer. The transactions in real estate and their respective proceedings involve lot of complexity and legal formalities. “There has been many significant cases when commitment given by the builder was disrespected or possession dates were delayed. Builders could not be made accountable because of lack of any registered law. But with the act now, there is a balanced version which is agreed upon by both buyers as well as builders. “Hence this year our focus at the expo is to provide single-window clearance mechanism that will help in solving the problem of delay in possession alongside proving them value additions while getting their dream home,” says Dharmesh Jain, President, MCHI-CREDAI.
Additionally, a digital edition of the expo is available online at www.mchihomes.com for buyers to study, seek details of the project and avail offers.