Facilitate Events, workshops, round tables, discussion, and expert opinion CREDAI’s foremost responsibility is to bring developers on the same platform and create opportunities for the real estate developer community to interact with other stakeholders in the industry, like government bodies, professionals and consultants. To this end, CREDAI organizes workshops, seminars, and round tables and a large annual real estate conference, NATCON. Click here to see highlights of NATCON 2009. For consultations, expert opinions and comments on issues of concern, CREDAI engages lawyers, accountants and analysts from time to time. CREDAI also commissions studies when needed.
Promote Ethics, best practices, and professional practice CREDAI supports its member developers in establishing a reputation as professional organizations. CREDAI’s Code of Conduct provides clear guidelines for developers to serve their customers in an ethical and transparent manner. Members strictly and voluntary follow the CREDAI Code of Conduct, giving the community transparency and professionalism Through events, workshops and grievance redressal cells for consumers, CREDAI promotes best practices and efficient construction practices among developers. Through these support functions and through active public relations, CREDAI is dedicated to the cause of improving the image of the real estate developer in the eyes of customers, the government and the media.
Build Linkages, partnerships, and strength.
CREDAI builds relationships between developers and the government through representations, debates and active participation in all meetings called by the government to take feedback from the industry. CREDAI believes in strength through partnership and has developed a Strong relationship with the government through sustained interactions with the Ministry of Urban Development, Ministry of Housing and Poverty Alleviation, the Planning Commission, Ministry of Environment and Forests, and others. CREDAI partners with the government to work on areas of common interest and specifically provides a balanced and integrated industry viewpoint on critical aspects like policy and regulation. CREDAI has strong relations with the media through a coordinated PR campaign. CREDAI’s strong linkages with other industry associations, professionals and consultants, as well as international organizations, bring extra benefits to CREDAI members.
Serve Information, advisory, and advocacy
CREDAI provides important services like raising issues relevant to developers in government and non-government forums, suggesting policy changes, making representations, and giving the developers a unified front. CREDAI acts as a single point of information for the developer community for the latest developments in the industry. CREDAI also helps members connect with experts who can offer specific advice.
Prosper Sustainable and forward-looking vision
CREDAI is committed to Indian real estate’s growth story. Despite the current economic slowdown, CREDAI is confident that real estate will prosper, backed by considerable domestic demand for homes, office spaces and retail facilities, among other infrastructure needs.
CREDAI works at a long-term and sustainable development of the real estate industry in India and specifically works on the contribution that private real estate developers can make to this success story.