Pune: The Sakal Vastu Property Expo 2018, organised by Sakal Media Group was inaugurated at Hotel Orchid (VITS), Balewadi on Saturday.
The exhibition was inaugurated by Geeta Dalvi, Tehsildar of Pune city, NS Deshpande, Deputy General Manager and Zonal Head of Bank of Maharashtra, Vasant Mhaske, General Manager of Bank of Maharashtra, Shailesh Patil, Senior General Manager of Sakal Media Group and Ramesh Doiphode, Assistant Editor of Sakal Media Group.
The two-day exhibition is a one-stop display for home buyers to choose their dwellings from more than 150 housing projects of various established real estate developers across Pune along with loan facilities.
The expo provides various options for both affordable and luxury houses in and all around Pune.
“The Sakal Vastu Expo provides numerous opportunities for prospective buyers to look for their suitable homes in their preferable locations. It also provides the opportunity to meet developers and buyers under one roof to get the information about various projects in and all around Pune. Moreover, the MahaRERA Act has focused on international investments which are set to increase. This will also help the investors to gain in the long run,” said Dalvi.
The banking partner of the expo Bank of Maharashtra to provide on-spot home loans to the home-buyers. “Today’s generation is smarter in their own way, they enquire at 100 places before taking a decision. The bank is giving the lowest rate of interest on home loans. Along with it, regular loan payers would also get a free last two month EMI pay. In addition, there is no processing fee and hidden charges imposed on the payers,” said Deshpande.
The participants in the exhibition include Paranjape, Maple, Life 360 degree, Vastushodh, Mont Vert, Venkatesh and others. Some of the most innovative and exciting offers provided by the builders are no goods and services tax (GST), ready for possession, get gold coins for first 25 bookings and many more.
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Venue: Hotel Orchid (VITS), Balewadi
Timings: 11 am to 8 pm
Dates: March 3 and 4
Free entry and parking