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Dubai to Host the third Indian Property Show
Sunday, December 09, 2007

The remarkable success of the inaugural Indian Property Show 2006 which received a huge response of around 12,000 visitors and generated enquiries to the tune of INR 2,167 crores (US$ 450 million) has inspired the promoters to again organize the show at Dubai. The Indian Property Show is scheduled to be hosted on 13 December at 11.00 am.

The Indian Property Show has quickly cemented its reputation as the largest property show of its kind in the world. The three day Indian Property Show 2007 at Dubai's Airport Expo will be an exceptional platform for Non Resident Indians in UAE to have face to face discussion with Indian property developers, financial institutions and legal advisors, Vaastu consultants and more .

According to Mr. Sunil Jaiswal, CEO of Sumansa Events and the man behind the Indian Property Show "The third Indian Property Show promises to be the biggest and best show yet. The Indian Property Show has always been, and will continue to be, the largest and most diverse exhibition of exclusively Indian Property ever staged. Once again it will be an ideal opportunity for Dubai and UAE-based NRI's (Non-resident Indians) and PIOs (Persons of Indian Origin) to meet and interact with many of the major developers operating in the Indian property market."

He also added that the show will give visitors the opportunity to meet with exhibitors such as Axis Bank, Prince Foundations, DLF, Hiranandani, Mahindra & Mahindra and many more investors from India and the world.

During the four days of the first Indian Property Show in 2006 alone there were deals done of at least INR 120 crores (US$25 million), whereas during the three days of our last show in May there were US$55 million of deals done at the show with a further US$500 million of property enquiries."The show will feature over 250 developments worth over INR 25,000 crores (US$6.25 Billion) from across India



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