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Indian realty firm launches Dubai operations


Investors Clinic Infratech, a leading real estate marketing and brokerage firm operating under the brand name of Investors Clinic, has set up its first international office in Dubai.
The firm will cater to NRI demand and interest in the Indian realty market and will also help Indian expatriates identify properties globally. Investors Clinic works with builders to market their developments and also provides real estate brokerage services.
Started by first generation entrepreneur Honey Katiyal, it has appointed cricketer Yuvraj Singh as brand ambassador. Announcing the launch, Investors Clinic CEO, Honey Katiyal said, "In India, the firm has been showing more that 100% growth over the past four years and has projected revenues of over Rs180 crore (US$35 million) for FY2012."
"The company plans to expand and go global within the next few years and will be setting up offices in other Gulf countries, as well as in other countries wherever there is a sizeable Indian population," he said.
"Investors Clinic has helped around 15,000 home buyers and investors in FY2011. It is currently working with more than 40 builders and is involved with more than 145 projects," he added.
Katiyal said the market for Indian real estate in Dubai is ripe. "Since our expansion, we have been able to successfully advise NRIs on various real estate investment options. As a part of our strategy to reach NRIs in UAE, we have decided to be a part of the Indian Property Show scheduled from December 15-18 at the Airport Expo Dubai. The show will act as the ideal platform to introduce ourselves to the NRI community here," he said.
Meanwhile, the company has launched home loan facilitation services and also plans to launch turnkey solutions, covering electrical, woodwork, bathroom and other fittings.

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