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‘The Lanka Property Show’ returns with more property and real estate deals for investors


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LankaPropertyWeb (LPW) (www.lankapropertyweb.com) is to host the The Lanka Property Show on 18 and 19 August, at the Galadari Hotel’s Main Ballroom. The event is Sri Lanka’s largest property show, attracting the country’s most renowned property developers, real estate agents and banks coming together under one roof to offer consumers a chance to view, express interest in, and eventually have an opportunity invest in Sri Lanka’s burgeoning real-estate and property sector. 

Prominent banks, including National Savings Bank (NSB), will be present, offering consumers housing loans at special rates. The doors for The Lanka Property Show open at 9 a.m. on both the 18th and 19th, giving potential investors a convenient time slot to attend the event on that August weekend.  

The property show will showcase the latest luxury apartments and villas in Sri Lanka with a multitude of developers taking part in the exhibition, showcasing their developments in Colombo, the southern coast and other prominent urban areas. Anyone interested in buying apartments and villas can get a full view of the project by going through the 3D models, watching the walkthrough videos, and examining the floor plans of the developments. The respective sales teams of these prominent developers will also be in attendance to answer all questions. Some developers will also be offering special deals for on-the-spot reservations. 

LPW Managing Director Daham Gunaratna said, “This is the most exciting two days for the Sri Lankan property sector. The Lanka Property Show is the only flagship event dedicated to developers, real estate agents and property investors. We have a number of Sri Lanka’s most prominent developers displaying the country’s most high-profile developments, and investors – high profile or otherwise – all under one roof. Attendees won’t be just participating in an industry event, but offering exciting opportunities for more Sri Lankans to become part of the growing Sri Lankan property sector. There will be something for everyone – with apartments ranging from 7m to 100m on sale at the show.” 

Gunaratna also alluded to LPW’s journey: “We began with a vision of making the buying and selling of property in Sri Lanka easier – the Lankan Property Show is a testament to that vision. At the same time, we as an organisation are changing to keep pace with the change in the property sector. Part of the change is that LPW will reveal its new brand identity, which will be revealed at the Lanka Property Show along with a suite of exciting new services, such as the Buyer and Seller Assistance (BSA) suite of services for Sri Lankan property investors.”

There will also be knowledge-sharing sessions running alongside the property show discussing about the mega developments in Sri Lanka, and their impact on housing prices. 

Investors hoping to attend the Lanka Property Show can register on https://www.lankapropertyweb.com/events/for free entrance. 


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