He started a career way back in 1998 from the BPO industry following it up with an own KPO in Pune by 2002. He got into the real estate industry in and around 2005 with the sole purpose of knowledge gathering and processing. With all the highlights, developments and analysis of the industry he decided to contribute to the unseen demand in the affordable sector of housing. By 2008, he was already on board with some of the best names in the industry as a marketing and investment consultant. He has participated in some of the major mergers in the “Hotel and Hospitality” industry. He has been very active in successfully executing joint ventures for some major townships in India.
With experience and knowledge, he today heads his own construction company, by the name of “MERA GHAR”. His sole intention is to work on creating supply where demand exists. He wants to work towards his goal of social housing, and hence started at the under estimated level of the pyramid in the construction industry. As we all know, the supply at the bottom of the pyramid is very limited as compared to the luxurious high end sectors. People are creating more and more smart and intelligent homes, with budgets rising into many crores. The supply at budgeted, affordable and cost effective homes is still not matching with the demands in that sector. Meetesh, hence looks at working in bridging the gap between affordable and smart homes. He is clear that he wants to work in the valuable sector rather than the lustrous sector.
He today has in his kitty, three smart township projects located at Kharghar, Taloja and Panvel . He believes in making not just houses but creating homes. With a mix of simplicity and luxury , Mera Ghar is bringing High End homes to its investors at affordable prices. He wants to provide amenities, comfort and value to his homes. He strongly works with the objectives of transparency and integrity with his suppliers and his customers.
The government is strongly focusing on “housing for all by 2022”. The government has come up with new subsidy schemes, interest subvention on housing loans and reduced EMI’s so as to reach its national goal of Housing for all by 2022. Synchronizing his dreams with the goal of the new government is what he wants to work at. He is motivated to fill up the already under rated supply with value, quality and statuesque homes with the vision “Ek Ghar, Har Ek Ke Liye”.