New Delhi [India], Nov 29 : India's leading online Real Estate advisory company PropTiger has announced a strategic partnership with L&T Finance Wealth Management.
L&T Finance Wealth Management is one of the top private wealth management companies in India and it also offers real estate solutions to its client base of HNI's (High Networth Individuals).
Thus with this new partnership PropTiger.com will be providing end to end search, short listing and transaction support to these HNI clients looking to buy properties in India and thus expanding its client base in this rapidly growing market segment.
In last five years India has seen a boom in HNI population and boasts of highest growth rate in this segment amongst emerging economies. And given that real estate is and has always been one of the preferred investment options in India, the growth in HNI's has resulted in a robust demand for luxury real estate.
PropTiger is seen best suited to provide services to this segment given its large national presence in India and close partnership with international players like Mansion Global. With its extensive developer network and dedicated sales teams in top nine cities of India, PropTiger promises to offer a very convenient and hassle-free home-buying journey to L&T's clients.
Furthermore, the company has invested in resources both offline and online to ensure that these HNI clients get the best service and valuable insights that will help them navigate a diversified market like India.
"We are very excited to have entered into a mutually beneficial relationship with L&T Finance Wealth Management. And through this partnership, we want HNI customers in India to experience our research-backed and technology-oriented real estate advisory services," said Chief Business Officer- Primary Sales PropTiger, Sunil Mishra. (ANI)
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