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Driving Growth in India

The Indian real estate market is expected to reach US$ 1 trillion by 2030, becoming the world’s 3rd largest, due to growth in population, urbanisation and industrialisation. 

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Increasing Investments

Indian firms are expected to raise US$ 48 billion through infrastructure and REITs in 2022. Major Indian REITS – Embassy and Mindspace were oversubscribed by 2.5 and 13 times respectively as India becomes open to a broader spectrum of investors
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Market Opportunity

About 3 houses are built per 1,000 people per year compared with the required construction rate of 5 houses per 1000 population. An additional 25 million units of affordable housing are required by 2030 to meet the growth in the country’s urban population
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Robust Consumer Demand

Growing economy has given a push to demand for office spaces and commercial properties and as the urban population becomes more environmentally conscious, there is an increase in demand for energy efficient and environment friendly architecture
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Legislation transparency

The regulation of India’s real estate sector has progressed to a point where its laws are one of the most stringent which allows thorough protection for investors

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Y-o-Y increase in housing sales volume

8%

Y-o-Y increase in net absorption of commercial properties

3%

Increase in national average price across all property types

>90%

Recovery of residential sales in volume terms versus 2020 across the top seven cities

Kolkata 0.01
Chennai 0.09
Hyderabad 0.15
Bangalore 0.33
Pune 0.08
Mumbai/MMR 0.08
Delhi/NCR 0.21
  • City-Wise Commercial Space Net Absorption (million sq.ft.) Q1 2022

Commercial Property Demand

  • The office market is being driven by growth in ITeS/IT, BFSI, consulting and manufacturing industries
  • Grade-A office space absorption is expected to cross 700 million square feet(msf) by 2022, with Delhi-NCR contributing the most to this demand
  • Business activity is shifting from Central Business Districts (CBDs) to Suburban Business Districts(SBDs) and Tier I to Tier II cities, increasing the demand in Tier II cities
  • Co-working space is estimated to grow to 50 msf by 2023

Residential Property Demand

  • Rapid urbanisation, growing population, rising disposable incomes and easier access to finance has increased the demand for residential properties
  • Housing loans account for more than half of retail loans
  • In February 2018, National Urban Housing Fund(NUHF) was approved with an outlay of ₹60,000 crore (US$ 9.27 billion). [1 crore = 10 million]
  • Developers are now focusing on affordable and mid-range categories to meet the huge demand
Delhi/NCR 15,019 12,880
Mumbai/MMR 21,548 23,558
Pune 10,305 9,220
Bangalore 13,663 10,106
Hyderabad 6,993 10,256
Chennai 3,376 3,720
Kolkata 3,619 3,473
  • Demand (Q1 2022)
  • Supply (Q1 2022)

Massive opportunity to capitalise on the US$ 180 billion market, diversified across all asset classes.

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Target returns on investment

€ 300 million

Target fund raise

18% p.a.

Capital Growth Share Class IRR

12% p.a.

Income Share Class IRR

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