Home Affairs a mega property expo in Bangalore 2013

Times of India presents 10th Edition of “Home Affairs” a Mega Property Expo for all kinds of homes in Bangalore. Times property “Home Affairs” a Mega Property Expo will be held on this May 25th & 26th at the Lalit Ashok, Bangalore.

Entry & Car Parking FREE, Property Expo between 10 am to 8 pm. The mega property show will showcase the widest range of Villas, Independent Houses, Apartments, Row Houses, Villaments and Plots from the most prominent and reputed builders.

Home Affairs: Mega Property Expo
Entry: Free
When: Saturday 25 May-Sunday 26 May
10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Where: Siddharatha & Kalinga Halls,
The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru

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Apartment management platform free for the end-user

CommonFloor.com is one of the fastest growing property portals in the country, facilitating buying, selling and renting of properties. What sets it apart is its apartment management platform is offered free to registered property owners.

CommonFloor provides members regular updates on maintenance, track payment dues and complaints. Members can search for a plumber, carpenter or maid; create subgroups based on shared interests such as gardening, car pool or yoga. They keep themselves updated through email and SMS alerts, while a mobile app keeps neighbours connected on the go. The platform also helps resident welfare associations manage their expenses and accounts online.

CommonFloor Apartment management platform offers


Get things done from comfort of homes
Stay updated
Get issues heard and addressed
Find service providers like plumber, maid, carpenter


Ease of management
Track collection of dues
Maintain accounts & finances

Service providers/vendors…
Ready database of prospective customers

CommonFloor has a free software for housing societies, listing property for buy/sell/rent, a social connect to your landlord and tenant, giving enough photos and research data online, a solid mobile app.

(Left to right)  Lalit Mangal, Sumit Jain, and Vikas Malpani, co-founders, maxHeap Technologies, which runs property portal CommonFloor.com

Image Courtesy: Business Standard

In 2007, convinced they had a viable business idea at hand, the trio – Sumit Jain, Lalit Mangal and Vikas Malpani – gave up lucrative jobs at multinational companies to start their own venture.In December 2007, the trio kicked off CommonFloor, three months after it was conceptualised, as a free collaborative apartment management software platform, and test-marketed it across 20 apartment societies in the city.

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News Source:business-standard.com » Companies » Features » Features

Bangalore Urban became the lowest in voter turnout

70.23% voter turnout in Karnataka Assembly Elections

Only 52.83 per cent voter turnout in Bangalore Urban while Bangalore Rural became the highest with 77.95 per cent. Counting of votes will be taken up on May 8.Pre-poll surveys and exit polls have predicted that Congress is all set to unseat the BJP to stage a comeback to power after more than an eight-year long gap.

An estimated 65 percent of the about 4.36 crore electorate voted in the largely peaceful Assembly polls in Karnataka.

Source: zeenews.india.com/karnataka-elections-2013

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