In an interaction with Franchiseindia.com, Aditya Kedia, Managing Director, Transcon Developers, talks about his 15 years of experience in the construction industry. Read on…
When asked about how the industry has transformed, Aditya Kedia says, “The industry has transformed from being seller-driven to customer-centric. Penetration of smartphones have also contributed to the marketing activities.
Journey of converting a business into a professional organization
Kedia started off with a short stint in the reputed Harvard University, which has helped him to convert his business into a professional organization. The Indian realty segment, being one of the greatest industries offers ample opportunities. Education has played an extremely fundamental role in augmenting his long professional journey.
Birth of the brand
The passion to create something good was the reason why Aditya started Transcon Developers. It is a forward-looking Real Estate group, one that believes in enriching tomorrow by taking actions today. Its structures stand tall on the foundations of a strong corporate philosophy.
Transcon believes in developing premium quality homes around sustainability that enhance living and support ecology.
Branching out through residential green building solutions
Transcon has successfully pioneered a change in the Real Estate landscape of India by developing eco-efficient residential and commercial spaces. To keep from becoming irrelevant in today’s challenging time, businesses can either adapt to change or enable it.
Transcon is built on the idea of transformation—not in response to a change in demand, or a trend, but as a bridge to new, never-before innovations in living experiences.
Trends in the real estate industry
The welcome reforms like RERA and MahaRERA has made this industry more transparent than ever. The general customer awareness along with their increasing demands and aspirations has made the real estate industry become quality conscious, offer timely project delivery and be very transparent in the dealings. It has helped the entire economy to become more structured.
“I think today we are about 80 - 90 percent in par with international standards and will surely be even slightly better compared to them in years to come,” adds Kedia.