CREDAI announces new members for 2019-21

Boman Irani appointed as VP, CREDAI West Zone second time in a row

Boman Irani.
Boman Irani.

CREDAI, the apex body of private real estate developers with a strong base of over 12,000 member developers present in 23 states and 205 city chapters across India, witnessed its ‘Change of Guard’ with Satish Magar taking over the baton from Jaxay Shah to become the new president of the 20-year-old body. 

Boman Irani has been appointed as VP, CREDAI West Zone second time in a row. Shantilal Kataria becomes the VP, CREDAI Maharashtra, entitled as “special zone” for having maximum number of member developers at CREDAI. The Special Zone has 25% city chapters out of total CREDAI city chapters and 30% of individual member developers of CREDAI 12,000-member base.

Rajiv Parikh has been appointed as new president of CREDAI Maharashtra.

Satish Magar in his maiden address committed himself to “Transforming Indian Real Estate” in light of the new institutional structure defined by RERA, GST and policy measures to achieve “Housing for All by 2022”. The ceremony witnessed senior CREDAI dignitaries becoming the new flag bearers of the growth of CREDAI and the Indian real estate industry.

Taking CREDAI’s 20 years’ strong legacy forward built by his predecessors, Mr. Magar aims to expand CREDAI’s footprint to 100 more cities over the next two years with a robust focus on Tier 2, 3 and 4 cities amidst the wave of “New India”.

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