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International property expo set to take place in Bahrain with BFH highlighted

Bahrain set to host property expo

Over 2000 visitors are being targeted by an international property expo, the first of its kind to be organised by the Bahrain Society of Engineers (BSE). The event will take place from the 16th to 18th September at the Diplomat Radisson SAS Hotel and is organised in collaboration with Kerala’s Engineers Forum.

The show, which aims to bring together property consultants, real estate consultants, housing banks and other organisations dealing in land and real estate, has already attracted top real estate players from the GCC, Bahrain and India.

“We have extensive participation from the BFH and many companies from India and GCC countries such as Kuwait and UAE are booked to showcase their real estate markets,” said Fouad Al Shaikh, director of conferences, BSE. “We feel the timing is right for such an ambitious show because real estate rules have changed considerably in the GCC in recent times and there is a construction boom in the region. In India too, depressed bank rates have made the real estate market zoom and we are happy that there are so many Indian companies participating,” he added.

Visitors are expected from Bahrain, Qatar and Saudi Arabia and the initial response shows that the event will be dominated by the Bahrain Financial Harbour (BFH) project

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