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Font Size   16 goes offline with series of property bazaars in 2008 is taking its online real estate initiative offline with a series of property bazaars from January 12 to March 9, 2008 in Mumbai, Delhi, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Kolkata, Jaipur, Noida, Gurgaon, and Ludhiana. The fair is being conducted under the banner of Property Bazaar ’08. The property fairs would be offering residential and commercial real estate options as well as financing options at a single venue.

Commenting on the initiative, R Sundar, President, Times Business Solutions, said, “Real estate in India is witnessing a boom and is by far one of the best investment opportunities available in the country. Growth across India has been inclusive in nature, affecting development of real estate and infrastructure, not only in the metros, but in Tier 2 and 3 cities as well. is hosting the Property Bazaar across these cities to serve as a platform for buyers and sellers to come face to face and take advantage of the current real estate boom.”

Anil Kumar Sharma, CMD of Amrapali Group, remarked, “The property bazaars organised by in the past were very successful events and builders and developers received good response from property seekers for their property. We look forward to continuing and developing our rapport with and are participating in the upcoming Property Bazaars across India.”

R K Maheshwari, Vice President-Marketing, Parsvnath Developers, said, “The previous property fairs organised by were big successes and attracted genuine buyers. We look forward to the forthcoming series of property bazaars at various cities.”


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