Golden opportunity for Qatari expatriates to buy house, flat, investment in Keralatext_fields
Doha: India's Real Estate Developers Association CREDAI Kerala Chapter has partnered with 'Gulf Madhyamam Indian Pavilion', a mouthpiece of expat Malayalis in Cityscape. 34 developers will be present in 35 stalls at Cityscape's Kerala Property Show, which will open up real estate opportunities in Kerala to expat Malayalis. Mr. Sethunath M. CEO of 'CREDAI Kerala Chapter, talks about the 'Kerala Property Show' which will showcase the most prominent and trusted builders in the field.
Why Kerala Property Show in Qatar?
Property shows are held under 'CREDAI Kerala' in all foreign countries including the Gulf. The Property Show has been successfully held in Sharjah for the last five years under the leadership of CREDAI. A property show was organized in Qatar a few years ago under the leadership of CREDAI. The property show under CREDAI will return to Qatar in collaboration with 'Gulf Madhyamam' with various builders from Kerala. This time, CREDAI is accompanied by a line-up of well-known builders.
Best opportunities for expats in Qatar
After working in the Gulf for one or two years, it is difficult for expatriates to search for a house and flat when they return home for a short holiday. In that short time, it will be a big challenge for them to meet the builders, visit the property and make a decision. However, CREDAI is coming to the expatriates with a group of builders. Here they are able to meet with the builders and their representatives and find out information by directly talking with them.
The projects that they like can be viewed and finalised once they go back to Kerala or through some relatives. People from different districts that come to the expo are given an opportunity to learn about properties in their hometowns or cities of their choice and purchase them.
Number of projects; where in Kerala?
CREDAI Kerala has chapters in five districts namely Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, Kozhikode, Thrissur and Palakkad. However, projects from all 14 districts of the member builders will be presented in Doha. 34 builders are participating in the Kerala Property Show in 35 stalls. More than 300 projects will be presented. Those who come from any region of Kerala will get a chance to own a house, flat or villa in their own city.
Projects where safety and reliability are ensured
CREDAI is an association of real estate developers across India. There are about 14,000 members in 21 states, including chapters in 230 cities. It is only after intense scrutiny that. Every builder has a code of conduct to follow in dealing with customers and during construction. Each builder works within the framework of CREDAI.
Therefore, every project presented here is reliable and safe. Only projects registered under the Kerala Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), a government body, are at the expo in Doha. So 100% reliability can be guaranteed.
Investment and fixed-income opportunities
The property show also offers ways for expatriates who are looking for a stable income or to secure a safe place to live in the country, including houses and villas. After owning commercial properties, owners who want to rent them out can rent them out through builders and earn a steady income.
Instead of depositing 10 lakhs or 50 lakhs in FD, investing in these types of ventures offers guaranteed fixed income. Apart from this, various builders also present various business schemes at the property show that ensure different investment opportunities and steady returns.