House of Hiranandani Launches Unique Festive Campaign For Home Buyers
House of Hiranandani, a pioneer in developing integrated communities has launched a unique carnival titled as House of Happiness Mega festival for home buyers. A one of its kind real estate carnival provides an exclusive opportunity for every desirous homebuyer including past customers to be part of the elegant community lifestyle at House of Hiranandani properties.
The Mega Festival will last till mid-November 2019 and celebrates the House of Hiranandani brand’s legacy, its exclusive community living experience and the spirit of new urbanism. The carnival includes exclusive deals and offers for customers across projects in Bangalore and Chennai and will include Ready to move, under construction and newly launched properties. Every customer buying a property is sure to receive white goods as gifts during the tenure of the festival.
The campaign will showcase all its projects to customers to help them find their dream homes and reinforce the desirability of the projects across prospective residents in Bangalore & Chennai. The carnival will also showcase the expanse, and architectural marvel and exclusive experiences of the House of Hiranandani projects.
Commenting on the campaign, Mr. Prashin Jhobalia, VP Marketing Strategy, House of Hiranandani said: “The House of Happiness Mega Festival is a grand initiative launched to provide a platform for existing customers and new home buyers to be part of the brand’s unique township experience. It is an excellent opportunity that coincides with the festive occasion and comes at a time when interest rates are reduced and prices are stable, thus making it an apt time for real estate investment. We are confident that our existing customers and new buyers will take benefit of this celebration.”
The festival finely blends with the festive occasion and extends beyond offers. It includes a Lighting Fiesta in Chennai where our township in OMR will be illuminated with colourful lights Lantern festival in the Diwali week would add to the celebratory mood in the community. This would be first of its kind event in Chennai. As part of the carnival, every alternate weekend will also have engaging activity for kids and adults.
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