Shoppers Looking For An Affordable Home To Show GIHED

Over 60,000 people visited the exhibition of the seventh annual propertyGujarat Institute of Housing and Real Estate Development (GIHED) on Friday.

More than 500 properties ranging from one bedroom apartments Rs 5 lakh only luxury bungalows costing more than Rs 7 crore are exposed. About 60 percent of the investigations is the time of two and three BHK apartments.

“People want affordable housing ranging from Rs 20 lakh to Rs 40 lakh. People in the class, especially the employees were in search of housing units. Interestingly, I do not care to go very far in search of the infrastructure city ​​and mass transit projects, including BRT and the next metro project, “Shah said Jaxay, Vice President of the Confederation of Real Estate Developers‘ Associations of India ( CREDAI).

Shekhar Patel, former president of GIHED said many expatriates, including NRI, visitors to cities like Vadodara, Rajkot and surrounding villages were observed to obtain information on properties in Ahmedabad.

Manufacturer Uday Vora said about 4,000 visitors registered at his stall in four hours flat. According to him, apart from residential segment requests from shops and offices were also on the higher side.

Residents in the United Kingdom Martin Cook was looking for a suitablerental property for his company in the western part of the city. Cook said that the MNC, where he works a minimum of 20 000 square meters of offices.

Tejas Anesthesia, 33, has lived in Australia for the past seven years. The NRI is interested in investing somewhere in Gujarat. “I was in Ahmedabad for two days. The show offers good investment opportunities under one roof. Ahmedabad infrastructure has been improved in recent years, “says the anesthesia which set five visits on Saturday with many developers.

Ashish Desai, a banker of 35 years of age, Rajkot is a point to visit theexhibition of property. Desai and has a house in Rajkot and is looking for an apartment in Ahmedabad for the purpose of investment.







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