Padmavati Hills is a real estate project in Pune, Bavdhan that bespeak the ethos of Pune. The project is about the culture and the traditions of Pune that are committed to preserving them and passing them onto the next generations. It is a tribute to the priceless feeling of being Puneri at heart. It’s the Puneri Ghar always yearned for.

Challenges
01
There are multiple projects within a one-mile radius, some of them ready possession and from reputed builders - which is a higher preference for today's buyer
02
The lead acquisition cost was higher and competition on search was higher
03
There was no differentiator across real estate products marketed in that location, which meant we had to create one
Campaign & Execution

Homes that are a tribute to Pune’s culture. Mann Puneri, Ghar Puneri

Our data analytics team was first tasked to understand the buyer profile. Using data from existing inquiries, data about past property registrations in the location, information from our previous search campaigns combined with the user behavior with our existing website; helped us zero down on a near perfect buyer profile. Basis this, the content team came up with a strategy to talk about Pune's culture and how the Padmavati homes were a tribute to this cultural legacy.

Once we had the content strategy in place, the creative team decided to work with on video with some of the prominent Marathi Film Actors. The video was heavily leveraged through digital channels and formed a major part of our engagement strategy. The media planning team and our data teams decided to leverage Facebook's Hyperlocal Targeting and Custom Lookalike audiences were created based on audience data available from our inquiries & previous bookings. Facebook's inherent advantage to drive social engagement within a community helped us reach & engage with the right audience and their social circle - influencers when you consider a real estate buying cycle.

Results
4%
more closure than the
projects in the vicinity
200+
site visits conducted
5x
increase in CTR
40%
decrease in CPA