Home Lands Group of Companies rebrands under new logo
Home Lands Group of Companies, one of the leading real estate companies in Sri Lanka has rebranded and will soon relocate to its new office at Pannipitiya Road, Battaramulla.
Home Lands Groupis renowned for its exquisite land plots in great locations and elegant and uncompromising apartments and residencies, aimed at the local and international masses, with a 28,000+ customer base.
Founded in 2003, Home Lands Group of Companies has since grown to become the undisputed leader in real estate in the country. With seven branches island-wide and nine well-established subsidiaries, Home Lands presents itself as a 360o total solutions provider in the real estate industry committed to offering residential and real estate solutions while exceeding client expectations.
Furthermore, Home Lands Group of Companies provides various essential and complementary property services, all while increasing the quality of life for its clients.
Recognizing that the land market in Sri Lanka is becoming increasingly competitive, and since the company was in the process of realigning with the new changes to come, they believed that rebranding was the best approach to maintain the company’s edge, deliver tremendous growth and re-enter the market in a new light.
Nalin Herath said, “Our portfolio of residential development and real estate property solutions has never been better, and our continuous innovation will assist expedite the real estate process for our consumers.” “Home Lands is a respected and renowned brand with a proven track record of efficiency and innovation. This decision to rebrand will reflect our offering to our loyal and trusted customer base, and is, therefore, the next step in our business’s growth.”
Through this, he aims to re-emphasize the values and culture that define who Home Lands Holdings is as a company while also gaining renewed customer attention; to capitalize on the chance to establish a solid and revitalized impression on customers despite the obstacles and difficulty of the previous year and a half owing to the COVID 19 pandemic.