Some of the developers who participate in this year’s edition of Targul National Imobiliar (tIMOn – the National Real Estate Fair) go as far as giving yachts and cars as bonuses to the clients who buy a house. Others give subscriptions to the Opera and the National Theater, while some even accept to take the customer’s old dwelling or car as downpayment. Meanwhile, the investors that might get bankrupt were turned down from exhibiting in the Fair. The National Real Estate Fair (tIMOn), which begins today (Thursday), will run until Sunday and is due to become the largest real estate exhibition this fall, with 70 exhibiting companies and over 120 projects in Bucharest and throughout the country, the event’s organizers announced in a press release. “This is the first time in the history of Romanian real estate fairs that all the exhibitors suspected, or having problems related to a potential insolvency, were turned down from participating,” writes the release. According to the source, offers at tIMOn include prices starting from 420 EUR/square meter, or houses that can be purchased beginning with EUR 78,000. One of the attending developers, Domus Stil, gives a car as bonus to its 2-room apartments worth EUR 49,000, while the Salaj Residence complex features prices starting with EUR 83,000 (VAT included) for villas of 200 square meters and accepts the client’s studio or old car as downpayment.