New Delhi [India], Oct 3 (ANI
): Following the success of season one, India's number one online real estate site Magicbricks has come up with the second season of the much awaited Dream Home Festival 2016.
The 21 day long festival will commence during the auspicious period of Navratras on October 3rd and will continue till October 23rd, 2016. The idea behind the Dream Home festival is to give a platform to consumers to avail the best possible online deals on properties.
This time the fest is going to be five times bigger than its previous version in terms of no. of properties which will be showcased and the offers available for the customers.
To add on the festivities, the Dream Home Festival will feature more than 400 projects which will be available for consumers on irresistible discounts, offers and exciting prices.
The properties featured on the portal will be from developers from top metros including Delhi/
NCR, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad along with emerging market places like and Jaipur, Lucknow and others.
"Buying property during the festival season is akin to buying gold during Akshaya Tritiya. There's strong underlying buyer interest during this period. Pragmatic developers are also seeking to break the logjam in transactions by offering exciting deals that could spark a transaction. Dream Home Festival Season two is the right platform showcasing 100+ developers, offering a variety of deals, to buyers wanting to transact in the festive period," said CEO Magicbricks, Sudhir Pai.
"The season one of Magicbricks Dream Home Festival last year saw splendid response from the customers. We expect Season two to be a much bigger and better as the property developers have put forth their best deals which is sure to encourage the buyer's interest. This year the Dream Home Festival will run for 21 days across 24 cities with 400+ projects at amazing prices," said National Sales Head Magicbricks, Amit Masaldan. Magicbricks
will leverage its customer engagement though various mini events as a part of this Dream Home festival. (ANI