Below are views on Colliers India Report on Real Estate by Mr. Aryaman Vir, Founder & CEO, MYRE Capital
“In times of economic slowdowns and increasing inflationary pressure, ‘hard assets’ such as real estate have historically seen increased traction as a calculated hedge against inflation.
The fundamentals that have driven the India Real Estate growth story continue to remain unchanged. Whilst the RE landscape may evolve in a post-covid world, I do believe the growth story is intact.
The 1$ rentals, depreciating rupee value, and access to affordable talent makes India a preferred outsourcing hub for MNC’s. We will continue to see strong demand for the office sector from such tenants and consequently increased investments from institutional funds and investors. With the inception of REITS and fractional ownership platforms in India, the demand and share of the CRE industry will further be amplified with the increasing participation by retail investors that previously have not had an opportunity to invest in such assets.
An expected and significant demand for investments in data centres is due to global and local companies expanding their technological prowess. Over the next year, more investments are expected in this alternative asset class as datacentres, warehousing, and office spaces will continue to grow in their capacity.”
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