Christie’s International Real Estate is entering India to sell high-end homes, estates and villas. It has partnered with New Delhi based real estate firm, Himmat & Rohini Singh LLP. to tap into the luxury residential market of the country.
After Covid-19, India’s luxury real estate has seen promising growth. Buyers are now looking for more spacious, comfortable homes, where they can combine their personal and work-from-home friendly lifestyles. The pandemic has also enthused those living on rent to buy homes.
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Through its collaboration with Indian real estate advisors, Christie’s will focus on the rapidly growing realty market in the country. Their observation is that discerning buyers and sellers of luxury properties are constantly in search of top-notch, personalised services when in the process of buying a home.
Moreover, as HNIs too are increasingly seeking second homes within and outside India, Christie’s will get to assist them by leveraging its global network of luxury housing specialists and brokers.
Helena de Forton
“The business ethos of Himmat Singh and Rohini Chaudhri Singh are perfectly aligned with Christie’s values, making them the obvious choice to be invited to our network. They are sophisticated and expert advisors to their clients, understanding the need for discretion while fostering these important and on-going personal relationships,” said Helena De Forton, Director of regional operations for Europe, Middle East, Russia, India and Africa, Christie’s International Real Estate.
A part of the British auction house Christie’s, which was founded in 1766, Christie’s International Real Estate is a global invitation-only affiliate network, currently spread across 48 countries. Its offices are located in London, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Hong Kong.
Christie’s has recorded that in the last five years, its affiliated networks around the world have achieved real estate transactions worth $500 billion, approximately.
Himmat & Rohini Singh
“We are excited to welcome Christie’s International Real Estate and its 250-year-old legacy to India. We look forward to blending Christie’s global reach and best practices with our in-depth local knowledge and experience to offer our clients the absolute highest standard of professional service for all their luxury real estate requirements, whether in India or abroad,” said Himmat Singh, Managing Partner, Himmat & Rohini Singh LLP.
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