· Properties from Rs 11 lakh to Rs 1 crore on display
· Raigad, Panvel, Navi Mumbai and Thane projects to be showcased
· Legal counsel at hand; 100,000 visitors expected
NAVI MUMBAI, 22 November: With Navi Mumbai and Raigad emerging as the new hot realty destinations, developers representative body’s MCHI–CREDAI’
The exhibition, to be held at G S Tandel Ground, Near Seawoods Railway station, off Palm Beach Road, will focus on projects with convenient price points ranging from an affordable Rs 11 lakhs to luxury apartments of Rs one crore.
Projects from Navi Mumbai, Pen, Raigad, Kharghar, Thane district and surrounding areas will be on display.
A one of its kind initiative by MCHI-CREDAI’
Announcing the event, Mr Rajesh Prajapati, President of MCHI – CREDAI, Raigad unit, said: “There has been an unprecedented level of interest among home buyers for Raigad as a property destination due to the all round development in the region coupled with the government’s ambitious mega projects such as the Navi Mumbai airport, the metro services and extension of passenger rail network.
Mr. Arvind Goel, President of MCHI-Navi Mumbai said: “We at MCHI–CREDAI have planned to showcase the properties under one roof for the convenience of not only the developer community, but the buyers as well.”
A special Advisory Pavilion will be set up to give the visitors free advise on legal, society and architectural and interior design related matters, he said.
Social institutions like Lions International, ISKCON, Tafisa, Cancer Aid organisations will also be accommodated as a social responsibility cause.
MCHI-CREDAI property exhibition is considered to be to one of the best platforms to find one’s dream house at affordable price point. Also, the MCHI-CREDAI stamp of assurance provides a trust factor to home buyers in search of their dream house.
Over the years, MCHI has built a reputation of trust and transparency, drawing more than, 3, 00,000 satisfied families to its exhibitions.
Advantage Navi Mumbai:
CIDCO adopted polycentric pattern of planning and development of Navi Mumbai. It prepared a master plan in October 1975 and was approved by the government in August 1971. It is being modified from time to time as per the needs. The pattern ensured balanced land and even distribution of residential areas, job centres, wholesale markets, non-polluting industry and population density.
The 14 self-contained nodal townships are strung along the mass rapid transport corridors, designed to minimise travel time and distance between nodes and neighbouring cities. The major wholesale markets and industrial belts are evenly distributed in outer areas. Intervening nodes are for predominantly residential settlements. Each node is self-contained with educational health, social, religious, cultural, sports and recreational facilities. (Source: CIDCO)
Raigad District has become an important destination on the Mumbai-Pune & Mumbai-Goa business corridor. With its close proximity to the national highways, upcoming educational institutes, corporate offices, adequate infrastructure and systematic development plans by the government; Raigad is on the fast track to growth. According to a recent survey, Raigad district has shown an extremely handsome growth in urbanization at 81.89% (as against the national growth of 32% and 23% for the state of Maharashtra)
The ‘MCHI-NMR – Property exhibition 2012’ expo, is all set to unleash the ‘dream homes’, and investment opportunities that will be relished for years to come. The expo is poised to be the gateway, the much needed impetus to initiate and ensure the phenomenal growth that is to be seen for the City of Navi Mumbai & District of Raigad in the very near future.
A rare combination of nature-friendly living and modern lifestyle is what people will get in the forthcoming ‘MCHI-NMR-