The Telangana Real Estate Developers Association – TREDA which was earlier known as APREDA marked its presence in the year 1995. The association today majorly comprises over 300 members who are renowned builders and developers in the region.
Why does Telangana need TREDA?
In the past few years, TREDA has evolved to be the knight in shining armor for the government. It has played an instrumental role in formulating various policies that are in favor of the real estate developers. TREDA has also helped to establish certain Development Control Rules (DCR) and has proudly pioneered a comprehensive model to aid the general public and the real estate developers in Telangana.
TREDA has also been quite proactive along with the authorities to help rationalize taxes and fees such as stamp duty, registration, service tax, VAT, etc. These measures have benefitted the real estate developers and the stakeholders to a significant extent.
Along with these proactive measures, TREDA has also proven to be an effective marketing channel to real estate developers by organizing various property shows, and influencing vendors and banks to be an integral part of this value chain.
How has the journey for TREDA been?
TREDA has been quite a disseminator of knowledge by carving out a niche for itself in a span of just 15 years.
2011: TREDA delegation visited the Canton Fair in China & it was a landmark in itself
With some of the prominent initiatives taken by TREDA in the due course, here are the few of the initiatives that were taken in knowledge partnership –
2012: Organised a conference on “Real Estate – Accelerating the Growth Story”
2013: Organised a conference on “Staying Ahead in Real Estate – Innovative Construction & Understanding Taxation”
2014: NAREDCO & TREDA organized a Trade Mission to Turkey for Turkey World Trade Bridge / Fair (TWTB) 2014 with a special focus on Construction and Construction Materials, Furniture & Related Machinery
What TREDA means to society?
TREDA has actively been contributing to the welfare of society by building homes for the flood-affected and tsunami hit families whose lives were devastated by the calamities. TREDA also played an influential role in taking up the beautification of both the entrance roads of Hitex and HICC, Hyderabad, ahead of the UN-supported CoP-11 summit. TMR INFRA as a dynamic member of TREDA has been playing its part as an essential element in the growth and development of Hyderabad & Telangana as a newborn state. Being a proud member of TREDA, TMR Group believes that such associations help real estate developers to boost their business and establish an engaging relationship with customers through property shows and many such events.