India property group eyes Dubai market
Dubai, December 12, 2013
Brahma Group, an FDI-funded asset management firm with focus on the Indian real estate sector, plans to enter the UAE property market with a special focus on Dubai.
Brahma is looking for strategic partners in the emirates to market their projects and services within the GCC region, said its top official.
“We are keen to explore and tap the UAE market with a special focus on Dubai. We see a lot of potential in UAE market so we are in process of expanding our footprint here," stated Bhawna Dhawan, the deputy general manager, sales & marketing, Brahma City Private Limited.
"We are reaching out to our customers through our partners, thus looking at forming strategic alliances with key property marketing and brokerage firms along with increasing presence and visibility through road shows, participation in key property exhibitions across the Gulf region," she noted.
Brahma group will be taking part in the Indian Property Show in Dubai which runs from December 19 to 21 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
“We feel that we can offer some great properties to the Dubai based NRIs. So as to further our interest we are planning to showcase our products in the Indian Property Show wherein we will be offering some special deals and discount for on-spot bookings”, stated Dhawan.
NRIs, she said, look for premium residential developments because of superior quality, design and luxurious facilities.
"These smart homes not only provide luxury but also security with their automated designs. Our properties are at the best locations in Gurgaon and fall in the luxury segment in both residential and commercial real estate verticals. We are also offering a great scheme which we feel would be equally liked by both investors and end users. Hence, we’re expecting good response from visitors at the show”, she added.
Currently, the Brahma group has three projects in Northern India, one of which is under construction at Panchkula wherein in partnership with DLF and much of the project is already sold out. The remaining two projects are in Gurgaon.-TradeArabia News Service