Witnessing an increase in demand for the Ready to move in apartments post the successful implementation of GST and RERA, Tata Housing – India’s leading real estate development company, today launched ‘Move in India’, a nation-wide campaign that will offer a 24 months assured rental on its projects across the country. Starting on August 27, this limited period scheme will offer assured rentals of up to INR 25 lakhs and will cover Tata Housing’s seven ready-to-move-in projects – Primanti and Gurgaon Gateway in Gurugam; Amantra in Kalyan region of Mumbai, Prive in Pune; Myst in Kasauli, The Promont in Bengaluru and Ariana in Bhubaneshwar. The consumers can book their dream apartments across the seven projects by paying a booking amount of Rs. 50000 on www.tatahousing.com/moveinindia
‘Move In India’ campaign will highlight the essence of Ready To Move In apartments by offering homebuyers freedom from an endless wait for possessions as well as the hassle of having to pay EMI and rent at the same time. Tata Housing has successfully executed national campaigns such as ‘Happy Returns’ and ‘World’s Biggest Home Bonanza’ which received tremendous response in the past.
Mr. Rajeeb Dash, Head – Corporate Marketing, Tata Housing, said, “Given the current market dynamics, ready-to-move-in homes are a preferred choice for the risk-averse, as well as for those in a hurry. Not only will this campaign encourage home buyers to move on from confined spaces, we believe that it will also represent the needs of large segment of our population who can graduate to actually owning their home and earning a rent from it. Customers will receive income from day one through rent finalised as part of the scheme. The projects under the campaign re-define luxury with amenities which are on par with international standards.”
To complement the ‘Move in India’ campaign, Tata Housing is also offering various easy payment plans that offer flexibility for customers to pay in easy steps.
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