According to Savills India, a worldwide property consultancy firm, private equity investment inflows into the Indian real estate market stood at US$ 322 million in the third quarter of 2022 as per the most recent report.
Investors are warily monitoring the escalating inflationary pressures that are endangering the global economy's fragile economic recovery. Due to the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war, tightening monetary conditions worldwide, and lingering impacts of the pandemic, the global economy is generally slowing down.
Asset classes including office, life sciences, data centres, and industrial are consistently receiving interest from investors. Amid high demand and sales, allocations to the residential sector are also seeing signs of life.
In the third quarter of 2022, Mumbai attracted the most investments, taking home nearly 73% of the total investment volume. In Chennai, most of the remaining investments were made. Chennai's preferred sectors were residential, industrial, and data centre assets, whereas Mumbai attracted investments in office and data centre assets.
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