India is expected to attract cross-border property investment worth $2.5 billion in 2022, while the US, UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands are expected to be the main destinations of cross-border real estate investments during the year, showed a knight. Frank research.

The US, Canada, UK and Germany are expected to be the biggest deployers of cross-border capital in 2022, led by investment managers, institutions and private equity investors.

“A series of structural reforms in the recent past have put the country’s real estate sector on a high trajectory, attracting global attention. The rapid improvement in the pandemic scenario in the country, coupled with policy interventions to support the growth in the real estate sector, will ensure that global capital finds it attractive to participate in the country’s commercial real estate sector has shown strong interest from global investors in the office and warehouse led segments,” said Shishir Baijal, CMD , Knight Frank India.

The office sector is expected to be at the center of more than half of all large cross-border transactions, while residential is expected to be the second most invested sector in 2022.

Sources of capital are likely to be broad, targeting a geographically diverse area, including the US, Germany, UK, Netherlands and Japan.

Investment managers and private equity funds, particularly from the United States and Canada, are expected to remain major players in the industry market in 2022, also targeting a wide range of locations, including the United States. United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France and the Netherlands, as well as Spain, Poland and Australia.

London, Shanghai, New York, Paris and Washington DC are the greenest cities in the world for real estate and India’s greenest city for real estate is Delhi, followed by Chennai, Mumbai and Hyderabad.


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