SmartOwner, India’s largest marketplace for property investors is among the 100-fastest growing companies in the entire Asia-Pacific region, according to the annual FT 1000: High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific report. Founded in 2012, SmartOwner allows HNIs and other discerning investors to participate in exclusive real estate opportunities online. The company, based out of Singapore and with operations in India, was the fastest-growing Fintech company in the Indian subcontinent.
SmartOwner aims to make the process of profiting from Indian real estate as straightforward as participating in the stock market. The company painstakingly sources, vets, and funds real estate’s most lucrative and secure opportunities, negotiating institutional-grade arrangements with leading developers in fast-growing micro markets. These deals are then offered to SmartOwner’s clients, who can participate in the best of the real estate opportunities at the click of a button. The company also has a property resale division to effortlessly liquidate a client’s asset.
SmartOwner’s strong showing is part of the broader Indian growth story. The South Asian powerhouse dominated this year’s ranking, with 32 companies in the top 100 and 271 in the top 1000. To those who have been following India’s growth over the past decade, this should come as no surprise: India leads all nations in GDP growth, creating a remarkable 17% of all new global growth during the previous financial year. Indeed, India is projected to be the world’s fastest-growing economy for the next several years and is expected to be the world’s third-largest economy by 2028.