CREDAI expands its presence to over 200 City Chapters across India
Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) has strengthened its presence from 189 city chapters to 203 city chapters across India; taking robust steps towards its goal of 300 chapters by 2019. The real estate body has expanded its footprint with Maharashtra, Gujarat and Telangana at the forefront of this growth. With the announcement, CREDAI continues its strong commitment towards the sustained development and growth of Tier II, III and IV cities of India. CREDAI further aims to expand its footprint to 300 cities by 2019, leading progress in these markets.
With the Infrastructure sector mostly key to the development of any city or state, CREDAI recognizes the need to provide impetus to crucial Government initiatives such as ‘Housing for all by 2022’ and ‘100 Smart Cities’. CREDAI has aligned itself with the vision of the Government of India to lead the charge for the growth of Tier II, III and IV cities of India. This is also evident from the recent spurt in CREDAI’s growth across India in the last 3 years –
CREDAI National President, Jaxay Shah on the milestone said, “CREDAI is delighted to announce that it has now successfully crossed an important milestone of 200+ chapters across India. We aim to continue this remarkable momentum and cross the 300 mark by 2019. We have consistently emphasized and built on our belief that the Tier II, III and IV cities of India will contribute significantly to not just the growth of Indian realty but also the Indian economy. The current dynamic policy scenario is also giving further impetus to this development and providing an exciting opportunity for the entire real estate eco-system.”