Real Estate Developer Advertisement

Advertisements are the best way to create awareness among various people in the market. However, before we go ahead and understand the concept of advertisements we need to understand as to what are the advertisements. One can define or explain advertisement as a short clip or video or audio that is created by a group of specialized people in the trade targeting the audience to create an impact promoting the products or services that either newly launched in the market or that exist in the market through the organizations. Following the regular pattern for a long time the advertisements are these days broken the regular patterns and invade with the new techniques and ideas that can generate a maximum publicity in the market. It would be very interesting to understand as to what all it takes to make an effective advertisement that does not last for more than a min on the television screen on the air during one listens to the radio.

As a part of the marketing sector the company approaches these professionals to deign a media campaign understanding the targeted group of audience that they want to approach. Now as the project is picked either through the in house media or through the external agency they make a brief about the targeted audience and also their needs and requirements. The best of slogans are chosen and various needs are analyzed while creating a short ad, which forms an everlasting impression on the mind and heart of the audience. Almost invading in every field the advertisements today are the vital and the most preferred way to promote the products and services.

With the different products and services, there are various sectors which have strongly emerged in the Indian economy today. Targeting people one needs to understand that they read and hear or read in according to their interest and that is what supports the complete sector of Advertisement. Advertisements can be of different types like print media including pamphlets, newspapers and among other aids and various other advertising aids. Today while everyone runs after money, the Real Estate sector offers vital and promising stats that everyone would want to read and are associated with which is spread among various sectors and people through these advertisement using mostly the newspapers and radio clips.

The Real Estate sector offers over thirty percent of growth per annum and the revenue that extends up to twelve million dollar the real estate sector stand to be the second largest growing sector in the Indian economy. And with the above statistics the Real Estate developers playing the major key role in the Real estate constantly come up with the new projects and schemes for the growth of both the industry and the individual in the market. Thus one can perpetually say that the Real Estate industry has strengthened the Indian Economy however the Real Estate Developers Advertisements and other Advertisements has strengthen the complete sector contributing I their success and growth for the benefit individual and all in the Indian Economy.

Home Interior Designer Requirements – 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Hiring a Professional

To help eliminate the frustrations of deciding whether to tackle a home improvement project by yourself, or hire a professional home interior designer, I’ve created a list of questions to ask yourself that will assist you with making a decision.

Improving your home by redesigning the look and feel of several rooms all at once takes forethought and planning to achieve the desired results that you have in your mind. Although you might have a creative flair for using color in your home, and your friends and family have told you that your decorating and design talents are exceptional, how do you really know if you want to take on the project by yourself?

Here are ten questions to assist you in the process. After you have finished jotting down your answers, you just might have made your decision (especially if you answered no to more than one-third of the questions).

1. When looking at your calendar, do you have large blocks of time available every week for your interior design project tasks?

2. Is it easy and natural for you to place a paint sample next to a fabric swatch and imagine how the colors and materials will look in the room you want to decorate?

3. When you think about re-doing three rooms in your home, do the required tasks feel overwhelming to you considering that you’ll have to do everything by yourself?

4. Have you already purchased paint and accessories for one of the rooms, but now you’re not sure about the colors you’ve chosen?

5. Did you find inspiration for redesigning one or more of the rooms in your home from a picture in a magazine, but now you’re not sure if you like the style, whether retro, eco-friendly, minimalist, traditional or contemporary?

6. Are you the sole person making all the color and design decisions, or do you live with someone who totally disagrees with the changes you’re about to make?

7. Do your plans include more than decorating with paints and fabrics?

8. To achieve your desired goals for improving your home, will it be necessary to knock down walls, and relocate water sources and electrical components?

9. Do you have money available now because you were thinking of buying a new home, but have recently decided to stay in your current home rather than moving to another home and starting all over?

10. Do you live in an historic part of town and you’d like to have the inside of your home reflect the area where you live, but you don’t have a clue where to start?

Dubai Real Estate Developers Revising Prices and Payment Plans Based on New Market Conditions

With an estimated 70+ projects that are now for sale across Dubai, we are increasingly seeing Real Estate Developers revise their offering, prices and payment plans to gain market share.

While the major established developers like Emaar Properties, Nakheel and Dubai Properties Group are still able to sell out projects with relative ease – there are now dozens of smaller, private developers that are building various types of projects across Dubai.

The competition is strongest on the mid-end segment. Hot spot areas of development include projects like Dubai Sports City, Jumeirah Village and the greater Dubailand area. With so much competition in this segment, developers are adapting to the market place with new, innovative campaigns and product placements.

A bit of background; Dubai’s real estate market crashed in late 2008 and between 2009 – 2011, the market corrected drastically with prices declining between 30 – 50% in some cases.

Starting in 2012, mainly as a result of instability in the region (remember the Arab Spring), billions of dollars poured into Dubai – largely being diverted into the local real estate market.

From 2012 – to late 2013, the market appreciated drastically. In order to cool down the market and prevent another bubble, the Government took a number of measures to prevent speculation. An increase in the mortgage cap, doubling of transaction costs and preventing off-plan buyers to resell immediately have all contributed to a slow down.

The slow-down has not been as drastic as once feared. The correction which began in mid-2014 has seen prices decline by 7 – 10% on average for most communities. Many of the small and medium sized investors have started consolidating their positions. Most mature communities have high occupancy rates and now witness less transactions.

The overall market has now shifted towards the off-plan market. Buyers from within Dubai and from overseas are attracted to purchasing on payment plans which minimize cash flow and risk.

Thousands of units have been announced for development since 2013. In the long run, the city will require new housing to counter a growing population and high rental costs which contribute to the high cost of living in the city.

With so many under-construction projects, developers are competing against one another in ways that they have never done before.

Developers are revising prices downwards and in an interesting turn of events, many new projects are now offering payment plans which extend to upto 3 years after completion – a concept which was pretty much unheard of a few years ago.

Good examples of these extended payment plans are projects like Royal Estates in Dubai Investment Park, GGICO’s numerous developments in Sports City and Dubai Silicon Oasis and Al Khail Heights.

Even high-end developments are beginning to introduce flexible payment plans. Fortuna Village, a 30 townhouse development enclave within Victory Heights, has recently offered buyers a chance to pay off their units upto one year after handover on a 6% increase on the purchase price.

According to research done by on under-construction freehold supply, there are 9,000 villas, 6,300 townhouses and 38,000 apartments currently under-construction across Dubai.