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Housing.com ‘Happy New Home’ festival generates more than 1 lac potential homebuyers

MediaInfoline April 6, 2018
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Signalling the revival of customer sentiment, ‘Happy New Home’, the country’s largest online real estate festival launched by Housing.com, achieved big success as the month-long housing carnival generated more than 1 lac potential homebuyers. The property extravaganza that ended on March 25, 2018, witnessed participation from over 200 developers and brokers across 16 cities. The festival showcased more than 25,000 new units plus over 1000 resale flats across different segments including affordable, mid-segment as well as luxury.

IndiaBulls, the Home Loan Partner presented exclusive offers to the home buyers during the festival. Also on offer were irresistible deals by various partners to help homebuyers choose their dream homes without any hassle. Leading developers including Lodha, Kalpataru, Sobha, Prestige, Casagrande, L&T, TVS Emerald, MG Housing, Godrej, Aparna Constructions, Investor planner and EIPL showcased 247 projects during the festival.

Commenting on the success, Mani Rangarajan, CBO, Housing.com said, “The phenomenal response from the Happy New Home Festival augurs well for the industry. The improving real estate ecosystem has visibly translated into the success of the festival as we received interest from over 1 lacs intending buyers. We certainly believe that the festival enabled buyers to make right investment and home buying decisions.”

Gautam Agarwal, Vice President, Casa Grand said, “We are delighted with the response received from Housing.com’s ‘Happy New Home’ festival. The strong intent showcased by buyers during the festival signals the beginning of the revival of the sector.”

The festival also witnessed large number of searches from smaller cities across India including Kullu, Bhiwadi, Rajkot and Mangalore.

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