Real estate business in Bangladesh has become stronger despite construction material price hike in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic and Ukraine-Russia war, said Abdul Qayyum Chowdhury, vice president of the Real Estate and Housing Association of Bangladesh (REHAB).
He made the remark at the stall allocation event of “REHAB Chattogram Fair 2023,” held Thursday at the REHAB Chattogram Regional Office, read a press release.
Qayyum, also the chairman of REHAB Chattogram Regional Committee, said 48 entities will participate in the fair, which will be held from February 23 to February 25 at the Hotel Radisson Blu Chattogram Bay View.
“We are organising this fair with more grandeur than the previous fairs. The main goal of REHAB is to ensure housing– one of man’s basic needs,” he said.
REHAB Director and Chattogram Regional Committee Engineer Didarul Haque Chowdhury delivered the welcoming speech, while another Director and the committee’s Co-Chairman Mahbub Sobhan Jalal Tanveer delivered the note of thanks.
Mizanur Rahman, a member of the committee, presented the code of conduct for the upcoming fair.
Among others, REHAB Chattogram Regional Committee and REHAB Chattogram Fair 2023 organising committee members Nazim Uddin, ASM Abdul Ghaffar Miyaji, Rezaul Karim, Ashish Roy Chowdhury, Md Noor Uddin Ahmad, Mohammad Mainul Hasan, and representatives of the participating entities were present at the event.