HT Es­tates fair gets an over­whelm­ing re­sponse

As many as 800 fam­i­lies reg­is­tered for the two-day prop­erty fair that had 13 de­vel­op­ers from Delhi NCR show­cas­ing res­i­den­tial units in the range of 30 lakh to a few crores

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Prospec­tive home buy­ers and in­vestors turned up in large num­bers at t he HT Es­tates real es­tate fair 2014 to ex­plore op­tions for their dream homes.

The fair held at Ho­tel Lalit last week­end was in­au­gu­rated by N Mishra, man­ag­ing direc­tor, An­sal API.

Mishra i nter­acted with most of the de­vel­op­ers show­cas­ing their projects at the fair. De­vel­op­ers par­tic­i­pat­ing in the fair in­cluded Gaur­sons, Su­pertech, ILD, Ek­dant Group, Oh My God, Ra­heja, Pa­cific, IREO, Cos­mic and Kel­tech among oth­ers. On of­fer at the two- day prop­erty fair were af­ford­able units start­ing at ₹ 30 lakh, prime res­i­den­tial units that cost over a crore and plots.

An­sal API had a spe­cial of­fer of 5% dis­count for walk-in cus­tomers dur­ing the realty fair. A spe­cial dis­count was also of­fered for walk- in cus­tomers book­ing the Aquapo­lis, Ghazi­abad project.

A to­tal of 800 fam­i­lies reg­is­tered for the prop­erty fair. Cos­mic claimed to have re­ceived a good re­sponse and gen­er­ated 50 en­quiries, Su­pertech claimed to have re­ceived over 30 en­quiries and Gaur­sons al­most the same num­ber.

“This was a good expo af­ter a gap of al­most a year. There were gen­uine buy­ers who came in good num­bers. On the first day it­self, we had more than 50 hot leads,” a Cos­mic Group spokesper­son said.

“We got over 150 good leads and en­quiries at the expo. We had two good and busy days,” was the re­sponse of the spokesper­son at the In­vestors’ Clinic stall.

Neeraj Singh Bhabau­ria, who was look­ing for op­tions in Lucknow, used the op­por­tu­nity to book a unit for him­self at the fair. “The HT Es­tates Fair of­fered an ex­cel­lent plat­form to book a unit. I had been con­tem­plat­ing buy­ing an apart­ment in Lucknow for quite some time as I visit the place of­ten. I de­cided to hop across to Con­naught Place and booked the 2BHK unit that cost me ₹ 35 lakh. I also re­ceived a spe­cial dis­count by the com­pany for book­ing the unit at the fair,” he says.

A large num­ber of peo­ple turned up at the exhibition and hoped to take an in­formed de­ci­sion soon. Sad­hana Singh, who lives in Delhi and works in Gur­gaon, vis­ited the fair to ex­plore op­tions for a 2BHK apart­ment. “I’m look­ing for an apart­ment near my work place. I am will­ing to wait for a new launch as the price will be more af­ford­able than projects that are al­ready get­ting ready for pos­ses­sion. A fair like this makes it easy for me to com­pare prices, qual­ity and spec­i­fi­ca­tion of projects un­der one roof,” she said.

Harsh Deepak Arora, an ex­ec­u­tive work­ing in a multi­na­tional in Gur­gaon, too, is look­ing for op­tions and wants some­thing closer to his work­place. His bud­get, how­ever, is not more than a crore. “I am will­ing to wait for a few more months as I ex­pect more launches to have taken place by then. The fair gave me an op­por­tu­nity to look around for op­tions,” he says.

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