The Estate Agents Association of Pune (EAAP) has released the seventh edition of ‘EAAP Directory 2012-16. The directory was unveiled by Lalit Kumar Jain,president,(national),Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (CREDAI).
The EAAP Directory will act as a ready reckoner for individuals and organisations related to the real estate industry and will be useful for buyers and sellers of property,said a press release. It will have a database of registration offices in and around Pune,contact details of all EAAP members,useful tips on buying and selling property and conversion tables along with articles contributed by industry veterans,said the release.
Jain said,Along with new opportunities,new challenges are also cropping up. Owing to urbanisation,migration is also growing. Thus,active participants in the urbanisation process would be the beneficiaries. Organisations such as EAAP should create a platform for canvassing better infrastructure in Pune.
Nitin Nyati,secretary,CREDAI-Pune Metro,Govind Bhagchandani,president,EAAP,Ravi Varma,former president,EAAP and National Association of Realtors-India,Kishen Milaney,vice president,EAAP and NAR-India,Prakash Butani,vice president,EAAP and Vanessa De Souza,secretary,EAAP,were also present on the occasion.