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World Realtors Day celebrated at APP, NAR-India conclave

NAR-India conclave

World Realtors Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm at the 12th annual convention hosted by APP with NAR-India on March 21, at Aerocity in New Delhi.

The conclave offered a multitude of opportunities to real estate professionals, developers, architects, financial institutions and many national as well as international delegates, according to a press release.

HardeepHardeep Singh Puri, Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, joined the event virtually along with other Government dignitaries and real estate stalwarts, who threw light on the opportunities as well as challenges that presented themselves during this nearly post-COVID-era.

The highlight of the event was the presence of former Commonwealth wrestling champion Geeta Phogat who inspired the congregation with her moving story of perseverance and unflinching resilience.

The convention laid emphasis upon a social cause it sought to further i.e., the education of children in the UT of Ladakh. APP and NAR-India partnered with the 17000 Feet Foundation, a not-for-profit company, to execute this noble transformation for the children of India’s youngest UT.

Sumanth ReddySumanth Reddy, President, NAR-India, said, “The convention would reach fruition if even non-members reaped the benefits of the opportunities presented during the event.”

tarun bhatiaTarun Bhatia, Incoming President, NAR–India and Chairman APP Delhi NCR , in his inaugural speech, said, “NAR- India has always been focused on imbibing transparency, accountability, ethical practices and professional conduct into real estate brokerage. In synergy with the same vision, several workshops and panel discussions have been organised and designed, such that participants may reap the benefits of the vast treasure trove of knowledge present here.”

Ravi VermaRavi Varma, Chairman, NAR-India said, “The UT of Ladakh, during its conflicted state, unfortunately was not privy to good educational facilities. However, it is time to change that and provide the children in that beautiful UT with a good quality education, as is their basic right. We are grateful to the 17000 Feet Foundation for taking up such a relevant cause and taking the initiative to usher in positive change on that front.”

Kshitij NagpalKshitij Nagpal – Head, NAR-INDIA North Zone & President, APP Delhi NCR, said, “It reminds me of the bonds we create over time during the long span of our careers. Developer-broker interactions constitute a major part of our lives in real estate, and as we transact in business, we also transact in trust, reliability & emotion – the three pillars upon which we build some solid relationships.”