NEW DELHI: CORFAC International, the premier global network for independently owned commercial real estate firms, has announced today that New Delhi-based RPZ has joined CORFAC International as a new global affiliate.
“CORFAC is pleased to announce RPZ/CORFAC International in New Delhi, India, is the newest affiliate to join our growing global network. RPZ is the second firm to join CORFAC in 2022, building on last year’s momentum of adding six new locations to the network. The network now has more than 70 offices worldwide,” said CORFAC in statement.
RPZ’s Managing Director Pankaz Jaiin has more than 23 years of commercial real estate experience in India. RPZ is a newly formed real estate company located in New Delhi that serves the national capital region in addition to the adjacent suburbs of Gurugram and Noida. The firm offers a wide range of brokerage services, including office and retail leasing, investment advisory, and luxury residential.
“It’s my pleasure to welcome our newest member RPZ to CORFAC,” said 2022 President Mason Capitani, SIOR, of L. Mason Capitani/CORFAC International in Detroit, Michigan. “RPZ brings a great deal of office, retail, and investment expertise to the network in the very active New Delhi market. We are thrilled to be expanding our footprint in India and look forward to future opportunities to work together.”
“India is a constantly growing global office destination,” said Jaiin.
“Joining CORFAC allows us to serve multinational clients with international standards of service. We are pleased to be part of a truly global commercial real estate organization that offers top-level service to its clients and a high-quality environment to its affiliate members,” he added.
RPZ has 15 commercial real estate sales professionals and two full-time administrative staff members. “We look forward to learning from the vast experience of the international affiliates in the network, opportunities to collaborate and serve the clients across the globe, and to contribute to the joint success as we all grow in the future,” Jaiin added.