It is customary to begin the New Year with greetings and wishes for a happy year ahead and so the New Year 2016 began for Windsor Shelters by wishing and praying that this year be filled with health, wealth and happiness as never before for all, and in particular our associates – be they our employees, customers, vendors, patrons or even the future buyers in our projects.
As for the company, the New Year began on a high note for it managed to achieve the “Sold-out” tag for Swapna Saankul, a project of 200 residences at Dhanori-Lohegaon. Coinciding with the end of a year of recession and the beginning of another year of uncertainty for the real estate industry, this achievement only proves that companies enjoying high trustworthiness need not worry about getting buyers and investors for their projects.
Windsor Shelters has always believed and practiced honesty in commitments and communication. We always respect every transaction as an opportunity to create new relationships and enhance our reputation; in other words, relations and reputation are the real estates for us.
Even before the euphoria of the New Year and the “Sold-out project” could fade away, Windsor Shelters participated in the first trade exhibition of the year – Pune Home Buying Festival 2016 – organized by CREDAI Pune Metro at SSPMS Grounds.
There even, the company got encouraging response for its other two residential projects – Maple Woodz – a project of 400 Green Homes of 1 and 2 BHK and the winner of ‘Residential Project of the Year’ award conferred by Lokmat in the year 2015, Windsor County – a project of 750 homes of 2 & 3 BHK and shops at Ambegaon Bk., both in Pune or Windsor Harmony – a 100-acre plotting project at Saje Mangaon, in Raigad District of Konkan.
“What makes Windsor Shelters a distinguished name in the real estate landscape of Pune is not its association with high profile celebrities or Page 3 events or tall claims of the projects or even lavish lifestyle of the promoters but a very genuine empathy and concern for our buyers and investors” is how Mahesh Rathi, Director, Windsor Shelters describes his company. He attributes his company’s success to just two words – relations and reputation.
Though Swapana Saankul is already “sold-out” you can still experience this brand connect by buying in the other three ongoing projects – Maple Woodz, Windsor County and Windsor Harmony – that now are in advanced phases of completion.
So before we part, Windsor Shelters wishes you all a happy New Year. May your dream of a home of your own be fulfilled this year and may you find the right developer for your residential and investment needs in 2016!