Al Badie Group (ABG) Of Abu Dhabi Is Soon To Enter the Indian Real Estate Sector

by Evan Nasseri Seo Expert


Abu Dhabi, October 18, 2017 - The Indian realty market is witnessing tremendous growth, and it has been one of the most successful sectors in the country. The Al Badie Group (ABG), a big name in property development in Dubai, has expressed interest to work with local partners in India and replicate its success story in this country as well.

Mr. Khaled Al Badie, the Vice President of Al Badie Group, has expressed his wish to enter the Indian realty market and invest in the construction of hotels as well as many other commercial projects. ABG is also interested in working on residential projects in India, and make massive gains from the same.

The expertise of ABG in Dubai and Abu Dhabi property market has already been proven, and its investment in time and money in the Indian real estate sector is expected to be very fruitful for the company as well as the country. The experience, strategies and skills of the ABG group in the realty sector is going to be useful for Indian property buyers. On the other hand, the rise in income and growth in the number of real estate buyers in India is going to be beneficial for ABG as well.

The company is in talks with quite a few banks in the UAE for financing its real estate projects in India. With big money being involved and the expertise of the ABG group proven already, it can be expected that its entry into the Indian real estate sector is going to be mutually beneficial in the days to come.

About Mr. Khaled Al Badie:
Mr. Khaled Al Badie is the VP and CEO of the reputed Al Badie Group that has earned a good name in the Dubai property development market. He manages a number of businesses in the UAE.

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