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11th Edition of 3-day CREDAI Hyderabad Property Show inaugurated

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Hyderabad, April 29, 2022: The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI), Hyderabad organized the 11th Edition of the Hyderabad Property Show from 29th April to 01st May 2022. The property show was inaugurated by  KT Ram Rao, Minister for Municipal Administration & Urban Development, Industries and Commerce, and Information Technology, Govt of Telangana in the presence of Arekapudi Ghandhi, MLA from Serilingampally along with the CREDAI senior leadership team  P. Rama Krishna Rao, President,  V. Rajashekar Reddy, General Secretary,  Ch. Ramchandra Reddy, Chairman, CREDAI Telangana, D Murali Krishna Reddy, President, CREDAI Telangana, Vice Presidents  G Anand Reddy,  K Rajeshwar,  N Jaideep Reddy, B Jagannath Rao, Treasurer Shri Aditya Gowra, and Joint Secretaries  Shivraj Thakur and  K. Rambabu, along with other EC members, member Developers and representatives of suppliers and financial institutions.

CREDAI Hyderabad Property Show 2022, a three-day event is being held at Hitex, Hyderabad. The show is aimed at bringing together all the people from diverse facets of the construction industry, including world-class developers, material vendors and manufacturers, experts, and financial establishments from across Hyderabad to present the progressions in the real estate sector. The event will showcase the best possible choice of residences and workspaces, with over 15,000 properties including Apartments, villas, plots and commercial spaces on display that will suit the requirements of the customers.

P Ramakrishna Rao

 Speaking on the occasion,  P Ramakrishna Rao, President, CREDAI Hyderabad, said, “Hyderabad has witnessed consistent demand for real estate across categories.  The momentum is expected to continue in 2022-23 on the back of strong demand, and housing sales will continue to grow, as the proactive and stable government in the state is ensuring a regular flow of investments to the city and a robust job creation and office space absorption. Most consumers are looking to invest in property as a residence to live or as an investment, as property prices are appreciating and offer better returns. Some are opting for a second property that is more spacious and provides greater privacy along with an option for a home office to accommodate the hybrid work environment.”

V Rajashekar Reddy

V. Rajashekar Reddy, General Secretary, CREDAI Hyderabad, said, “We hope the prospective homebuyers can make the most of the opportunity and choose their dream home before the global environment forces the prices to increase significantly.”