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CREDAI announces 11th Edition of Hyderabad Property Show 2022

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Hyderabad, December 30, 2021CREDAI, the Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India, on Thursday announced the 11th edition of the Hyderabad Property show 2022. CREDAI senior leadership team comprising P. Rama Krishna Rao, President, V. Rajashekar Reddy, General SecretaryVice Presidents G Anand Reddy, K Rajeshwar, N Jaideep Reddy and   B Jagannath Rao Treasurer  Aditya Gowra, and Joint Secretaries K. Rambabuand  Shivraj Thakur along with other EC members of CREDAI Hyderabad were present. The property show is planned to keep in mind all the COVID protocols, the same has been incorporated in the stall designs and exhibition layouts.

CREDAI Hyderabad Property Show 2022 will be held between February 11-13, 2022 at Hitex, Hyderabad. The three-day property show will bring together all the member developers, material vendors, building material manufacturers, consultants, and financial institutions from across the city to exhibit the advances in the real estate sector under a single umbrella. The exhibition will showcase properties suiting every requirement and budget by the developers. This year, the property show has bigger stall sizes, more open spaces, bigger corridors, a big Lounge for meetings because of the COVID protocols. The event will present only TS-RERA approvedintegrated townships, apartment complexes, gated communities, villas, green buildings with a special impetus on retail and commercial complexes. 

P Ramakrishna Rao

Speaking on the occasion  P Ramakrishna Rao, President, CREDAI Hyderabad, said, “The real estate sector in the vibrant city of Hyderabad has been robust and growing rapidly. The past two years were challenging for everyone. Hyderabad has emerged as a major centre for IT/ITeS sector. Besides, the stable government and proactive governance bringing innovative policies like TS-iPASS and forward-looking Industrial Policy that encourages several marquee international companies to set and grow the industrial base in the city. Availability of ample, plug-n-play office infrastructure, at reasonable pricing, is further attracting more companies to set up office bases in the city. Even the demand for the size of the apartments is gradually increasing as Pandemic has forced a hybrid work culture. This is largely facilitated by the record low rates of interest on home loans and improved affordability due to stable real estate prices. To facilitate buyers, we are planning the CREDAI Hyderabad Property Show 2022.”

V Rajashekar Reddy

Adding to this V. Rajashekar Reddy, General Secretary, CREDAI Hyderabad said, “Due to the proactive and industry-friendly policies of the Government of Telangana, large corporates such as Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, Infosys, Google, TCS, Deloitte, IBM, and many more are located and expanding their bases in the city. In the near future, the city will be home to 3 datacentres with an approx. investment of Rs. 20,761 Crores by Amazon Data Services, A smart data centre by National Payments Corporation of India (NCPI), Global shared services centre by Goldman Sacs, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) investing USD 150 Mn for their new Global Digital Hub in the city generating over 1000 jobs, besides Cybersecurity focused organization Cotelligent-a TechDemocracy company setting up a Cyber Warrior centre of excellence to train over 1000 cyber warriors from Hyderabad, and many more generating employments leading to the spurt in demand for Housing.”