There have been a lot more foreign investments in Indian real estate over the last five years. They went from 37% to 82%.
According to Colliers and the FICCI, the amount of money from outside the country that went into Indian real estate went up three times in the five years from 2017 to 2019. Global investors have become more interested in investing in Indian real estate over the last five years, thanks to changes made in 2016.
There was a lot less transparency in the Indian real estate market, so foreign investors who had previously stayed away because they didn’t trust the market started investing more in 2017. The foreign investments in Indian real estate have risen from 37% to 82% over the last five years.
To build and buy long-term, stable assets, investors keep putting their money into developers who have proven their skills in their fields. Experts say that more structured capital is likely to come into the housing market in India because there are still many opportunities for developers to grow and for home sales to keep going up. According to a report, the Office sector is in the lead with 43% of total foreign investments in 2017-21. The mixed-use industry comes in second with 18% of total foreign investments. This is how it has worked: Since 2017, foreign investment in the office sector has always been at least $2.0 billion. In 2021, that figure was close to half what it had been.
People from other countries were still wary of investing in the housing market after the NBFC crisis and the slow sales of homes in their area. The share of residential assets in total foreign investments has dropped from 37% to 11% over the last five years.
The share of investments from the United States and Canada has been more than 60% in each year since 2017. According to the report, funds from the United States and Canada are still looking into the industrial sector and office and mixed-use properties.
Likely, most of the investments from Asia are inclined towards the industrial and office and logistics sector.
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