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Hyderabad best city to invest in Asia Pacific, 5 other Indian cities among top 10

BENGALURU: Indian cities have emerged as the top destination for investors looking to investment in Asia Pacific Region.

Six Indian cities including Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi NCR, Mumbai and Pune are well placed to outperform other cities from emerging economies in Asia Pacific. However, Hyderabad tops the list of target cities in APAC due to growth prospects in commercial office activity, mentioned a latest report by Cushman and Wakefield.

Siddhart Goel, Sr. Director, Research Services Cushman & Wakefield said, “Asia Pacific remains a very viable investment target for global capital. After entering in 2005 to 2008 and having learnt many valuable lessons since then, global investors are now well equipped to take advantage of the potential that Indian real estate markets offer. The country is firmly on track to become an economic powerhouse with strengthening GDP, better business environment and investor-friendly policies by the Central Government. Despite concerns about global events such as BREXIT and changing US immigration policies impacting the IT-BPM sector in India, we have seen that other sectors such as BFSI, healthcare, consulting services and various manufacturing industries are increasingly driving demand for commercial spaces.

Limited investment opportunities due to a shortage of investment-grade assets in the safe haven core markets of Asia Pacific have prompted investors to turn their attention to secondary and tertiary markets and even to non-core property types, mentioned a latest report by Cushman & Wakefield.

“This has resulted in net absorption across the top 8 Indian cities to remain in the range of 32-35 million square feet (msf.) in the last three years even as the share of the IT-BPM sector in commercial office leasing has steadily gone down from 65-70% to 52-55% during this period. Within APAC, India is expected to continue contributing highly to the total office demand. Consequently, global investors are increasing their capital outlays substantially as they are confident about the long-term prospects of the Indian economy in an environment of increasing transparency and accountability backed by policy reforms such as RERA, REITS, GST, Benami Transactions Act, etc," he added..

According to Cushman and Wakefield, investment activity in Asia Pacific has been robust in 2017. Real estate investment volume in Asia Pacific is expected to hit $611 billion this year. A total investment value of close to $136 billion in the region in the first quarter of this year, which is a record quarter high and is a good indicator of health of investment in real estate in Asia Pacific region.

Source : ET Realty

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