CREDAIEstablished in 1999, the Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) today brings together more than 8500 Real Estate Developers from 114 city chapters across 20 states of India under a single umbrella. As the apex body for private sector developers, CREDAI has worked hard to make the industry more organized and progressive by networking closely with government representatives, policy makers, investors, finance companies, consumers and real estate professionals.

CREDAI’s code of conduct is adopted proactively by all its members and promotes ethical practices. CREDAI also updates its members about the latest industry data, technology advancements, industry benchmarks and the global economic scenario from time to time.

The Major Objectives of CREDAI are :

  • To perpetuate an ethical code of conduct which is self - imposed and mandatory for all member developers / builders of CREDAI, to maintain integrity and transparency in the profession of real estate development.
  • To represent developers / builders across India by encouraging the government to formulate proactive policies for the industry.
  • To promote the interest of construction workers & to educated them on the best practices.
  • To encourage research in the profession of construction & real estate development.
  • To facilitate easy availability of housing finance for property purchases by working closely with leading financing institution and banks.
  • Today, CREDAI is a recognized partner for the government and is represented on several committees, working at policy formulation, including the Housing and Habitat Policy 2007 and the Steering Committee for urban development.
  • Halwasiya Group as a member of CREDAI NCR as an Executive Committee Member, constantly endeavors to promote as well as adopt best business practices prevailing across the nation. With the platform provided by CREDAI we are dedicated to the cause of improving the image of the real estate developer in the eyes of customers, the government, and the media.