4,000 homebuyers spoilt for choice
A total of 4,300 families attended the three-day property exhibition organised by Hindustan Times, in association with the State Bank of India, at the Kora Kendra ground in Borivli (West) from April 5 to 7.mumbai Updated: Apr 09, 2013 03:00 IST
A total of 4,300 families attended the three-day property exhibition organised by Hindustan Times, in association with the State Bank of India, at the Kora Kendra ground in Borivli (West) from April 5 to 7.
With more than 25 builders exhibiting residential projects in areas of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai such as Vile Parle, Santacruz, Andheri, Borivli, Mira Road, Nalasopara, Virar, Palghar, and regions beyond Thane, a number of visitors said they were glad they were able to attend because they were able to conveniently access information about a wide range of residential projects across the city and beyond under one roof.
“I am keen on buying a flat as an investment in Virar, in the price range of Rs30 lakh to Rs35 lakh. The exhibition featured numerous housing projects in Virar, Vasai and Nalasopara and some builders also offered discounts and
freebies,” said Harshad Vasani, a financial consultant and Malad resident who visited the fair. “I am going to visit some of the residential projects and then decide between my options.”
The numerous affordable housing options, with flat prices starting at Rs25 lakh, attracted a large number of middle-income and upper-middle-income buyers to the fair.
“I visited the exhibition to explore second-home options in the price range of Rs 25 lakh to Rs 35 lakh,” said Himesh Billimorya, who lives in Malad and works with a manufacturing company.
“The venue of the fair was also very convenient for people living in the western suburbs.”