Emerging India Housing Corporation is sister venture of Emerging India Infra and Developers (EIIDL) - A pioneer Real Estate and Infrastructure Company. EIIDL was formed in the 2009 as private limited company and it turned into a public limited company in January 2010. Over the short time span Emerging India has set benchmarks. Today it covers Pan North India with over 60 branches (still counting).

It is registered with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs under Company's Act of 1956 and is also ISO 9001-2008 certified company.

The Real Estate sector in India is of great importance. According to the report of the Technical Group on Estimation of Housing Shortage, an estimated shortage of 26.53 million houses during the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-12) provides a big investment opportunity.

According to a report 'Emerging trends in Real Estate in Asia Pacific 2011', released by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Urban Land Institute (ULI), India is the most viable investment destination in real estate. The report, which provides an outlook on Asia-Pacific real estate investment and development trends, points out that India, are good real estate investment options for 2011. Residential properties maintain their growth momentum and hence are viewed as more promising than other sectors.

Keeping into consideration the whole Real Estate scenario, EIIDL has ventured into this sector through Emerging India Housing Corporation. In the very first year after successful completion of Emerging Heights -I at Kharar- Mohali Road , the company came up with Emerging Heights-II at Peer Mucchalla , Zirakpur. The company also plans to cut and develop colonies across Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan.>/

The Company is engaged in diversified activities including mining of granite, immigration, civil and road construction, technical education. The company is also well aware of its social responsibility therefore all the undertakings of the company take special care of protection of environment, employment generation, education, reduction in regional inequality, thus ensuring corporate social responsibility.