CBRE has published the latest findings from India market monitor 2021 Q3 for Indian real estate, as an infographic (source). The report captures the trends that shaped different real estate segments during the Q3 2021.

Office market outlook: Developers are planning to invest better in their commercial real estate projects for better amenities, health & wellness, security measures, and compliance to climate concerns. (See also—how office space design is changing.)

Industrial and logistics: The future calls for more focus on using technology to automate and streamline the logistics supply chain.

Retail: The retail owners are beginning to understand how omnichannel can complement their brick-and-mortar stores. It helps them match the changing consumer sentiment for shopping and embedding ecommerce into their physical retail stores is the way forward. (See also—Retail is changing.)

A CBRE report on India real estate market monitor for Q3 2021, as posted by Tick Property Mohali.

Residential: The recent trends show that millennials and first-time home buyers are leading the change in home buying trends. The bigger unit sizes and plotted developments are expected to gain momentum.

Get the complete Indian real estate market monitor 2021 Q3 by CBRE.

Comments to: A CBRE report—India market monitor Q3 2021

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Attach images - Only PNG, JPG, JPEG and GIF are supported.

Contributing authors

Inviting contributor author for Tick Property: If you want to write for Tick Property, please write to us at [email protected] with the details—your name, email ID, and your current organization (or business name if self-employed).

The Tick Property Newspaper

We publish a daily newspaper for a quick reference to real estate news, insights, and reports: See the Tick Property Newspaper

Good Reads

The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association of India (CREDAI) has expressed concern over the increasing prices of construction in infrastructure and real estate, particularly since 2020. They say that it can directly impact the property prices as these may increase by as much as 10-15 per cent construction cost for the raw materials does […]
A latest story by McKinsey insights says that the market value of the global balance sheet has tripled in the first two decades of this century. It means that the net worth has tripled since 2000, but the increase mainly reflects valuation gains in real assets, especially real estate, rather than investment in productive assets […]


There are no matching posts for this section.


This post is taken from Forbes India (source). In the commercial property trends in India in the recent years, the new-generation technology parks have emerged particularly in high-potential and high-rewarding cities including in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi and Pune. Chandigarh and Kolkata are now attracting investments too. This, according to Nasscom, has been due to […]