New Delhi, (Delhi) [India], August 10 (ANI/News Voir): Despite the market challenges, Bhutani Group, one of the leading real estate developers in India, has successfully sold-out record breaking 1000 units of commercial spaces at Bhutani Alphathum in Noida.
Bhutani Group has achieved this stupendous milestone at the time when real estate sector has been badly hit due to the COVID-19 and especially the commercial real estate segment has been said to be facing low demand due to the view of commercial property investment as a risky, unviable investment during the pandemic. However, even in these depressing times, the sales success of Bhutani Group at Bhutani Alphathum has demonstrated the growing confidence of the investors in commercial properties by trusted and reliable brand in the real estate sector.
A visibly upbeat Ashish Bhutani, Chief Executive Officer at Bhutani Group said, “We are proud of our entire sales team including the channel partners and their collective contributions towards our superb sales achievement at Bhutani Alphathum. I also take this opportunity to recognise their extraordinary efforts and a series of successful sales campaigns spreading positive vibes amongst the buyers, which have made us garner record number of continuing sales. We are receiving an overwhelming response to our unique project offerings and our sales offices are abuzz with enquiries. It is truly encouraging and we are set to achieve further improvement in our day-to-day number of sales.”
Bhutani Alphathum is the finest layout design commercial property with one of the largest infinity pools in India. Located at Sector 90, Noida, Bhutani Alphathum is well-planned for IT, ITes or MNCs.
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