Institutional investments in realty dive


Chennai: institutional investment In real estate sector A two-year decline was recorded during the January-March (Q1) quarter and Q1 2024 fell by 40% to close to $1 billion, compared to $1.6 billion during the same period last year. In Q1 2022, institutional investment recorded inflows of $1.2 billion.
However, investments increased 21% to $822 million on a sequential basis compared to Q4 CY2023. It is expected to improve further this year, with investors and domestic players likely to increase their investments in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. Investing in Indian realty sector.
Foreign investment continued to dominate during the January-March quarter, accounting for 55% of total inflows, a report by Colliers, a diversified professional services and investment management company, said on Tuesday. The share of domestic inflows in total institutional investment continued to increase to 45% Q1 2024Whereas in the year-ago period it was 24%.
At $0.6 billion, the office sector contributed 57% of the total investment flow During Q1 2024.
During this period, Hyderabad and Pune collectively attracted more than 50% of investment inflows into the country, attracting substantial capital into office space and industrial and warehousing properties.

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