Real estate body launched app to facilitate homebuyers

The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association of India (CREDAI) has launched an app to facilitate home buyers in buying property through credible developers. The app will help buyers to identify their preferred projects and contact developers directly.

The app was launched by Minister of Transport, Housing and Environment, Forest, Law of Chattisgarh, Mohammad Akbar along with Chattisgarh RERA Chief Vivek Dhand.

Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs, Hardeep Singh Puri, during the ‘’First National RERA Conclave’’ held on November 4, 2019 in Lucknow had asked the developers to launch a credible e-commercial platform to bring back the trust of buyers in the sector. The National Real Estate Development Council (Naredco) has earlier launched an similar app.

Awaas App by CREDaI is an exclusive platform for its members, which will showcase projects from 220 cities and will have participation from 20000 CREDAI developers nationwide.

“The realty sector has evolved to become more regulated and proficient with the adoption of technology. The launch of AWAAS App by CREDAI is one of many such initiatives to bring transparency and improve trust between developers and home buyers by harnessing the power of technology,” said Jaxay Shah, CREDAI Chairman.

“The app will aid developers in selling their finished projects faster and improve home buyer’s sentiment at large,” he added.

“Since the real estate sector has evolved, the mobile app will help increase transparency in the sector and improve trust between developers and home buyers. The platform would also enable buyers across India and abroad to identify their preferred projects and developers without any ambiguity in the process,” said Satish Magar, CREDAI president.