According to property consultant JLL India, the country's property sector has attracted USD 2,939 million worth of investments across 22 deals during H1 2023.
JLL India said that the sale of apartments grew 68 per cent to 2,15,666 units in 2022 from 1,28,064 units in the previous year across seven major cities—Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata and Pune
As per the JLL India data, the net leasing of office space in Bengaluru rose 45 per cent in January-September to 7.84 million square feet from 5.41 million square feet in the year-ago period
Net leasing fell in Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Pune, while absorption rose in Delhi-NCR, Bengaluru and Kolkata
The net office leasing will remain lower than the record absorption achieved in 2019—the pre-COVID year—at 47.9 million square feet
The top four cities with a cumulative share of 87 per cent in monthly leasing activity for June 2022 are Bengaluru, Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi-NCR
Foreign as well as domestic investors tie up with real estate developers to establish an investment platform for the development of different realty projects like warehousing parks, office assets, student housing and data...
The inflow at entity levels and alternative assets (data centre) stood at $110 million and $64 million, respectively, in the second quarter of 2022 from nil in the year-ago period