Christie’s International Real Estate (CIRE) has entered the Indian market and announced its affiliation with Delhi-based brokerage firm Himmat & Rohini Singh LLP to tap opportunities in the luxury housing market.
With an affiliate network spanning across 48 countries, CIRE is the luxury real estate arm of Christie’s, a British auction house that was founded in 1766. It offers ultra-high-end luxury homes and realty services to buyers and sellers across the globe.
In a statement, Christie’s International Real Estate announced its expansion into India through an affiliation with Delhi-based Himmat & Rohini Singh LLP, that was established in 2005.
“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. Indian partner has long-standing respect in the region’s real estate market, making it an ideal advisor for buyers and sellers of luxury real estate in the region.” said Helena De Forton, director of regional operations for Europe, Middle East, Russia, India and Africa of Christie’s International Real Estate.
Himmat Singh warmly welcomed CIRE to India and expressed his interest to blend the company’s local knowledge and experience with CIRE’s 250-year-old legacy and global reach to offer the highest standard of professional service for luxury real estate requirements.
After the initial impact of the pandemic, the luxury realty market in India has grown drastically, as the buyers are searching more spacious and versatile spaces to combine their professional and personal lives with the new concept of work from home culture.
As per the official statement, CIRE has offices at top-locations around the world including London, New York City, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Palm Beach. In the last five years, the company’s affiliated brokerages have recorded real estate transactions around USD 500 billion.
Many other global property consultants have marked their presence in India namely JLL, CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, Savills, Vestian, Sotheby’s International Realty and more.