The hugely successful real estate exhibition MyRealty is back in Mysuru. And this time, it will be the 11th Edition that will be held from July 22 to 24 at the Jayamma Govindegowda Convention Hall at Kuvempunagar. The city’s biggest property pavilion is being organised by the Builders Association of India.
All the earlier editions have been a huge success because of the continuous participation and support extended by various leading companies, builders, etc. More than 40 companies including builders, layout developers, realty consultants and financial institutions across Mysuru, Bengaluru, Kodagu, Mandya and Chamarajanagar and even Nilgiris are participating and nearly 30,000 genuine visitors are expected. This MyRealty 2016 is expected to be bigger and unique event.
The exhibition will be the perfect venue for fruitful buyer/ seller interaction and will be a platform for companies to draw visitor attention and brand building. It will also be a great opportunity for companies and real estate conglomerates to exhibit innovative products / create awareness about the various products / schemes and need-based facilities.
Apart from builders, a host of layout developers, new concept builders are participating in the exhibition. Even allied industries like housing financiers and bankers would participate giving an opportunity for buyers to opt for various home loan schemes.
The main purpose of the MyRealty 2016 is to bridge the gap between land buyers and sellers for construction and investment purpose. It is a platform for customers to meet their requirements of homes and look into all projects coming up in Mysuru. And it is a place for buyers to meet their requirements of home and have a bird’s eye view of all projects coming up in Mysuru and surrounding areas.
There will also be section on affordable green houses where several eco-friendly products would be on display.
According to Subramanya N, the Chairman of Builders Association of India Mysuru Chapter and Dinesh B S Honorary Secretary, there would be over 50 stalls showcasing real estate and allied services and products. “This time, it will not just be Mysuru-focussed but we are taking into consideration outer areas of Mysuru and also Hunsur,” they say.
“There are several theories floating around saying that the real estate scenario is down. We want to show that there is no lull in the business and the industry is active. Mysuru is a hot destination for real estate where several innovative layouts are coming up and some have already been designed and sold. We want to bring them to the fore and give a fillip to the real estate business,” Dinesh says.
The Builders Association of India was formed in 1941 and the movement has grown over the years and at present, the association has over 150 centres across the country. With its headquarters in Mumbai, the BAI has more than 13,000 direct members and over 50,000 memberships through various affiliated regional associations.
The Mysuru Chapter of BAI is known for its innovative ways of approach and thinking out-of-the-box. Nationally, BAI Mysuru Chapter has been awarded the best centre continuously over the past several years.
MyRealty is one of the stellar events organised by BAI Mysuru where top-notch builders, developers come together to showcase their products in and around Mysuru City. It is the best platform for investors, buyers and existing property owners to get first-hand information under one roof. BAI Mysuru also conducts flagship events like MyBuild and Buildtech.
Apart from providing a platform for customers and public, the organisers have plans to provide benefits for construction workers and their families. A part of profit earned from the MyRealty 2016 will be spent on construction workers welfare through the Mysuru Builders Charitable Trust.
The Mysuru Builders Charitable Trust was established in 2004 and is working towards the welfare of construction workers and their families. Various activities including skill upgradation to artists at various levels, electrical, plumbing, painting training for workers, dispensary to take care of the health needs of construction workers and their families are undertaken by the trust.