Expert Views on Colliers Release : Institutional investments in alternatives cross USD2.0 Bn in 5 years; foreign investments rise 6X since 2019 By Mr. Sunny Garg, Crib
Below The Expert Views on Colliers Release - Institutional investments in alternatives cross USD2.0 Bn in 5 years; foreign investments rise 6X since 2019 By Mr. Sunny Garg, Co-Founder & CEO, Crib, a SaaS-based property management solution provider, that also serves all stakeholders of co-living—landlords, tenants & entrepreneurs
The co-living sector in India has experienced substantial expansion, particularly in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. This growth has led to increased organization within the sector, with only committed and reputable players remaining in the business. The demand for co-living accommodations continues to surge nationwide, indicating a promising outlook.
While co-living undoubtedly provides an attractive living arrangement for tenants, it also presents a lucrative opportunity for investors. With proficient property management and well-maintained amenities, investing in co-living can yield consistent rental income. Moreover, co-living often offers higher rental returns compared to traditional rental arrangements, making it an enticing prospect for institutional investors seeking both stability and profitability.
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