Forbes Global Properties enters the Indian real estate market with plans to build in Goa, Delhi, and Mumbai.

In Navi Mumbai, Forbes Global Properties intends to construct a 100-acre project. It is negotiating for a housing project in Goa and a commercial project in Delhi. 

On January 24, US-based Forbes Global Properties revealed its entry into the Indian real estate market by providing brokerage services for upscale residences. In collaboration with landowners, it also intends to build two projects totaling 10 million square feet in Delhi and Mumbai. It also investigates the possibility of building a 10-lakh-square-foot residential project in Goa.

The amount of money the company planned to invest in India was kept a secret. 

Forbes Global Properties, a company founded in December 2020, not long after COVID-19, entered the Indian market using a membership network model. It is already present in 26 countries, where 17,000 agents serve clients with real estate needs.  

The international company will receive a membership fee from the Indian venture “Indian Forbes Global Properties.” The Indian venture’s chairman will be A.K Sharma. According to Sharma, the business would use a development management model to carry out projects. “Brokerage is our primary business,” Sharma stated. “India Forbes Global Properties will offer brokerage services for the luxury residential market and is considering purchasing equity stakes in at least two of these consulting firms.” 

India has a sizable market and economy. To better assist our clients looking to purchase and sell luxury properties, we have expanded into India. Forbes Global Properties CEO Michael W. Jalbert will reporters in this location. 

India Forbes Global Properties will first develop a 100-acre mixed-use project in Navi Mumbai in partnership with Orange Smart City, building a 1,200-acre integrated township. Infrastructure construction is the responsibility of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA). 

PropEquity Analytics and India Forbes Global Properties FGP have partnered as well. 

“In 2019, there were about 5235 units in India’s luxury real estate market (above $1 million), with a total value of $5 billion. It is now a more than 100% increase in that number.  Approximately 13,600 units are worth $12 billion today. The demand from the NRI segment and the general expansion of the Indian economy are the main reasons for this number’s growth, according to PropEquity’s founder and CEO, Samir Jasuja. PropEquity is a cutting-edge online search platform for real-time data, intelligence, and analytics. 

The network of invitation-only Forbes Global Properties members represents many of the best properties available worldwide for purchase and is exclusive to the most illustrious brokerages in particular cities and second-home destinations. High net-worth individuals, inventors, and real estate investors will have access to some of the most sought-after and unique properties through Indian ventures.  

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