Consultancy Firm Anarock Raises $25 Million

The company is expected to close the current financial year at Rs 550-575 crore revenue
Staff Reporter | India | Property Management

Real estate consultancy firm Anarock has raised Rs 200 crore ($25 million) from 360 one asset management limited, part of the 360 one group, a wealth and alternates-focused institution with more than USD 54 billion assets under management. The fund will be used to enhance the company's tech infrastructure, accelerate its expansion, and introduce new innovations to bolster its leadership position.

360 one asset is our first equity investor. This investment will go a considerable way in keeping Anarock at the forefront of the industry by fuelling further innovation and growth. The capital has been earmarked for faster business expansion and fine-tuning our proprietary proptech platforms, which have proved to be game changers for our real estate marketing capabilities.

Anuj Puri, Chairman, Anarock

He added that this is the most opportune time to expand the reach and services of the company. The Indian real estate sector is expected to account for 10-13% of India's GDP by 2025, from its existing share of 7%. “We project strong and sustained growth for the industry over the next decade, with its potential market value surpassing USD 1 trillion by 2030. Anarock will lead the market with upgraded AI/ML technologies to accelerate our developer clients’ residential inventory sales,” said Puri.

Last FY, Anarock’s revenue was approximately Rs 440 crore. It is expected to close the current financial year at Rs 550-575 crore revenue, 30% growth over previous fiscal. Anarock sold approximately 18000 units in 2023. “We have also been impressed by the tech infrastructure and innovative platforms being built by the company,” said Sameer Nath, Chief Investment Officer and head of venture capital & private equity at 360 one asset.

Founded in 2017 by Anuj Puri, former Chairman and Country Head of one of India’s prominent international real estate consultants, and Rohin Shah - Managing Director of UK-based Marylebone Asset Management, Anarock has become the leading independent real estate consultancy in India and the Middle East.

 “This collaboration will significantly leverage our 30 years of experience in the Indian real estate market and accelerate our pursuit of innovative and market-leading real estate solutions for our clients. Our key focus will remain research and technology-driven marketing and sales of real estate across all major sectors acting for developers, investors, and occupiers,” said Rohin Shah, Director & Co-Founder, Anarock.

Over the last six years, Anarock has expanded from being a residential-focused organisation to complementary sectors including retail, commercial, hospitality, logistics and data centres, industrial and land.

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