The institutional investment in the Indian real estate increased by 17 per cent YoY in the July-September period, according to a latest JLL India report.
As per this Financial Express story—“Close analysts of investments during Q3 2021 reveals that it has been more balanced with the residential sector accounting for 29% of the total investments, followed by alternative sector—Data Centre (DC) accounting for 22% share. The mixed-use project of residential and commercial accounted for 19% of the total investments,” said Lata Pillai, MD and Head, Capital Markets, India, JLL.
The report’s data points are taken from the information that is available in the public domain. The criteria was to consider the data points for the term sheet signed or the transaction formally announced. The Financial Express story also shares some key numbers for different locations:
- Mumbai with increased investments in the DC industry and capital flow in select residential projects led the investment pie with a 39% share.
- Bengaluru recorded entity-level investment in a mixed-use (residential and commercial) project leading to a 19% share.
- NCR-Delhi with transactions in the residential and warehousing segment also had a similar share.
- Office space transactions have been muted due to a likely delay in the due diligence process and investors gauging the unfolding of work from the office scenario.
Interestingly, the warehousing and land got USD 94 million and USD 18 million, respectively, in this period in 2021 when compared to the zero investments in the same period in 2020. See the detailed story on Financial Express, here.