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IBN7 to address realty issues with ‘Property Bazaar’

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IBN7 to address realty issues with ‘Property Bazaar’

IBN7 is launching ‘Property Bazaar’, a half-hour show that will guide viewers in understanding the nuances of the booming Indian real estate market. Additionally, the show will explain the intricacies of acquiring home loans, and will help viewers make informed decisions about their property investments. Beginning July 7, the show will air every Saturday at 12:30 pm.

Ashutosh, Managing Editor, IBN7, said, “We are launching ‘Property Bazaar’ at a time when more and more people are investing in real estate, whether for personal or commercial purposes. The show is meant to guide and inform our viewers on various aspects related to property, and I am confident it will receive a positive response.”

‘Property Bazaar’ aims to answer queries on buying the perfect home with the planned budget, investing in commercial property, and the best tips on renovating homes, among others. From analysing current property trends and rates in identifying the best buys within various budgets; to showcasing celebrity homes and offering viewers interesting tips on interiors and aesthetics, ‘Property Bazaar’ is a one stop show on all property queries.


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