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A Premier Housing Exhibition in Kolkata Focused on showcasing Residential Housing in Kolkata

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News Desk, News Nation 360: A unique housing exhibition Home Front 2023 will take place at the South City Mall Atrium in Kolkata from 11 am to 9 pm. This event is set to be a remarkable gathering with a primary focus on housing, urban growth, community empowerment and direct communication between customers and developers. The event will be graced by Shri Aroop Biswas, Minister-in-Charge of the Housing Department, and Sidharth Pansari, President of CREDAI Bengal, among other prominent figures of the real estate industry of Kolkata. Home Front 2023, organized by CREDAI Bengal showcases over 100+ properties and 25+stalls and offers visitors diverse options in residential housing in Kolkata and the peripheries where large housing development is currently underway. The event holds exciting surprises for its visitors. Along with the chance to witness the array of cutting-edge projects, attendees get attractive gifts through hourly lucky draws. Moreover, exclusive discounts of up to 5% on bookings will be available,

making it an ideal opportunity for prospective homeowners. Home Front 2023 aims to empower communities through sustainable urban growth and dream homes for property enthusiasts, investors, and stakeholders. Sidharth Pansari, President, of CREDAI Bengal stated that in the digital era, the information available online is humongous. But the exhibition cuts the clutter and makes it easy for would-be buyers to zero in on a choice or at least exposes them to the best options in terms of the locations, pricing, choice of developer, and amenities that they are seeking. Home Front is very relevant as an outreach to their customer base and apart from showcasing their ready inventory, it is a flagship event for the real estate industry of Kolkata for sectoral branding and relationship building. Home Front has evolved from a large format to a much more localised one, but that is a demand of the times, but the goodwill and the messaging of direct contact building between consumers and sector stakeholders in the WBRERA era of real estate remain as relevant even today. 

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Report : Anustup Kundu

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