Indiassetz Inks partnership deal with Wealthy
Indiassetz, India’s first real estate wealth tech platform, and Wealthy, a new age financial investments solutions provider, have signed an MoU to leverage the synergies of their respective core customer segments and offer a holistic wealth management perspective to the combined portfolio. . Real estate wealth, despite being the majority of an individual’s total wealth accumulation, does not get the same management expertise as financial wealth, due to a broad range of market-related factors. This partnership is an attempt to plug those market need gaps and bring a portfolio-based solution approach to an individual’s real estate wealth. .
“The real estate investment landscape has been recording a healthy growth in the last few quarters, especially driven by an uptick in the primary residential real estate sales. We are also seeing an increased appetite among HNIs and NRIs to upgrade and diversify their real estate portfolio to include commercial real estate, fractional ownership, and REITs., I am very excited with the combined potential of this partnership with Wealthy, which when harnessed with our respective digital-delivery capabilities, will certainly bring a whole new wealth management experience for our customers.” said Shivam Sinha Founder & CEO Indiassetz
As per the broad contours of this partnership, all customers referred by Wealthy will be automatically on boarded by Indiassetz with a complimentary Gold category membership for the first year, and covers five cities – Bengaluru, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Chennai.
“This is an exciting partnership that brings together an experienced wealth management platform with deep digital infrastructure capabilities along with the complementary support of investors with long track records of success in real estate," said, Prashant Gupta from WEALTHY. "The partnership will help WEALTHY enter the next stage of growth," Two of India’s most reliable services together are committed to unlock a fruitful business partnership”. He said.
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