Telangana Real Estate Developers Association (TREDA) today launched the three days "TREDA Property Show 2015" in Hyderabad.
The Property Show was inaugurated Hon'ble Minister Home, Prisons, Fire Services, Sainik Welfare, Labour & Employment, Government of Telangana, Shri. Jupally Krishna Rao, Hon'ble Minister for Industries, Handlooms & Textiles, Sugar, Govt of Telangana, Shri. C Madan Reddy, Hon'ble MLA, Narsapur.
The TREDA Property Show is open to a mix of the populace, including prospective property buyers, corporate houses, investors, architects, consultants, developers, government organisations among others.
Over 180 stalls have been put-up at the TREDA Property Show, comprising of all leading Real Estate Developers, Builders, Housing Finance Companies, Material Manufacturers and Banks, showcasing their latest properties and services offered to prospective buyers. Last year, the TREDA Property Show had witnessed footfall of over 60,000 visitors and this year the visitors are expected to cross 70,000.
Apart from leading builders and suppliers, the Home Automation Segment has been one of the key highlights of the event. The Banking and Finance industry, participants include - LIC HFL, SBI, DHFL, HDFC Ltd, ICICI, SBH, Andhra Bank, Central Bank of India, Punjab Housing Finance, India Bulls Housing Finance, L & T Housing Finance, Axis Bank, Bank of Baroda, Vijaya Bank, Syndicate Bank and GIC Housing Finance Ltd.
Commenting on the occasion, Mr. P Dasharath Reddy, President, TREDA, said, "We are delighted to organise the 6th edition of TREDA Property Show.
There has always been an overwhelming response from the real estate fraternity and prospective buyers and we are expecting a similar response this year as well"
"With Government taking up proactive initiatives in attracting multi-national companies to invest and set-up their operations in the region, there has been a momentum seen in the real estate industry in commercial as well as residential space and we are hoping to see a positive growth to continue in future" he further added.
Now, visitors can view Property Show details, property listings, deals offered by various members on the TREDA App which can be downloaded from Play store with free wifi zone at the Property Show. There are exciting prizes like Mobile Phones and Silver Coins for the visitors
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, Web: www. As an organisation, TREDA strongly believes in supporting social causes and has been Jj||§sociated with the following NGO's -
• Akshaya Patra - to support their midday meal Scheme
•L.V. Prasad Eye Hospital - to promote eye donation,
•Basava Tarakam Cancer Hospital - to encourage Blood Donation,
•Project 511 - to improve infrastructure in government schools,
•Sparh - to support patients.
Telangana Real Estate Developers Association (TREDA):
pTelangana Real Estate Developers Association (formerly APREDA] is an association formed to Represent and co-ordinate the efforts of real estate developers. Incorporated in 1995 as APREDA, rTREDA now serves the State of Telangana. TREDA interacts with the Government on behalf of its pnembers to co-ordinate with policy making authorities in evolving and implementing real estate Ifriendly policies and service delivery systems in order to stimulate development.
TREDA is the pounder member of NAREDCO Telangana which is actively pursuing Central Government policies fthrough NAREDCO National.
TREDA has been playing a pivotal role in increasing transparency, enhancing credibility and building confidence between the developers / builders and the property purchasers.
TREDA has close to 250 members with top names in the realty industry, and caters to overall needs of members as well as other stakeholders by networking with national and regional organisations and initiates innovations to enhance the quality of life of society while living in harmony with nature.
TREDA strives to emerge as a leading, credible and a guiding force in the realty sector for all the stakeholders.