IndiaHome exhibition opens in Dubai today.
DUBAI -- Continuing its tradition of partnering Global Indians in owning a property back home, Citibank is presenting the IndiaHome Property Exhibition in Dubai on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Raffles Hotel's Ballroom, Wafi City.
Organised in partnership with Media Agency Middle East, the exhibition's one-stop-shop format showcases a wide array of residential real estate opportunities available in India to the large diaspora in Dubai.
Visitors can also enjoy the convenience of conducting in-person discussions with developer representatives and understanding their home loan options onsite the exhibition.Several well-known builders from across India will showcase their ready and under execution projects at IndiaHome. Prominent amongst these are Brigade Developers, The 3 C Company, DLF Southern Homes, Emaar MGF, Fairyland Foundations, Hiranandani Upscale, Hiranandani Constructions, IREO, Lodha Developers, Paras Buildtech, Puravankara projects, Sobha Developers among others, in the range of Rs4 million (approximately Dh300,000) to Rs 10 crores (approximately Dh7.5 million).
Sanjoy Sen, Consumer Bank Head for the Middle East and North Africa Region, said, "Buying a new home is a big decision and even more so for NRIs due to the distance factor. In presenting IndiaHome Property Exhibition, Citibank is delighted to put to service our two decades of mortgages experience in India to make the Dubai NRI's home-buying process convenient and seamless."
Vipul Kapur, Business Manager, Citibank NRI Business, said, "Having marked our 25th year of the NRI platform in 2010, it gives us great pleasure to open the New Year with this important initiative for our customers in Dubai. Our unique proposition in Home Loans for NRIs benefits not only from our insight into their unique needs but also our customer-centric product range." With over two decades of success, the Citibank NRI Business manages assets worth over $ 8 billion. The Business has been a pioneer in NRI banking, serving as a model for other Indian banks targeting NRIs. --firstname.lastname@example.org
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|Date:||Jan 20, 2011|
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