India attracts $2.5 billion global realty investment

India attracts $2.5 billion global realty investment

Cross-border real estate investments worth $2.5 billion are anticipated to be enthralled by India in 2022. As computed by Knight Frank's research, the prime countries for cross-border real estate investment in these years assimilate the US, UK, France, Germany, and the Netherlands. Delhi is India's greenest city for real estate, and the other prominent cities corroborate Hyderabad, Chennai, and Mumbai. 

The substantial deployers of cross-border capital in 2022 are the US, UK, Canada, and Germany. Investment managers, institutions, and private equity investors steer these countries and strengthen their core. 

Shishir Bailan, CMD from Knight Frank India asserted that India's commercial real estate realm had exhibited substantial universal investor vigilance in sections ushered by Office and Warehouse. The country's real estate sector was put on a great ambit by abundant structural reforms in contemporary times, captivating the international spotlight.   

The residential sector is anticipated to be the second most invested vicinity in 2022. The list is topped by the office sector, with more than half of all the prominent cross-border deals focusing on it. 

Countries like the US, Germany, UK, Netherlands, and Japan are geographically diverse regions that are broad-based, hence are contemplated as the vital sources of capital. 

Investment managers and private equity funds, especially from Canada and the US, are expected to linger as prominent parties in the industrial market of 2022. They also target locales like the Netherlands, US, UK, France, Germany, Spain, Portland, and Australia to lure into the markets as significant investors.