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While there are fairly 30 million non-inhabitant Indians crosswise over different nations, speculation into the Indian realty is driven by the non-occupant Indians from USA, UAE and Saudi Arabia. Click here for the details… – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Perspective Of NRI Investors On Indian Real
Estate Market
Jan 2018
In Green Homes
The Indian realty sector reminds a lot of
interest from the non-resident Indian investors.
The interest is driven by the long-term
fundamentals of safeguarding retirement plans,
emotionally connect, the yield on investments,
better returns, and depreciation in the rupees'
value. While there are somewhat 30 million
non-resident Indians across various countries,
investment into the Indian realty is led by the
non-resident Indians from USA, UAE and Saudi
Arabia. From 200 to 2014, non-resident India
investments in Indian real estate reached
substantial levels which range between 10-18
yearly. When the housing market began, however,
to slow down in 2015, the non-resident India
investment fervor into the asset class began to
cool a bit. To top it all off, there was a slew
of policy changes and reforms like GST, RERA and
demonetization, the mix effect of these decrease
in non-resident Indian's investment in the realty
sector. The biggest impact was in the housing
realty market which, for a longer time, was the
prime focus of the non-resident Indian investors
with interest skewing towards villas and
apartments which are followed by plots and
property typologies. With the housing realty
sector showing no clear signs of the revival
unit, there was a distinct shift of well-heeled
with non-resident Indian investors' focus towards
the commercial properties as the sector now
provides satisfactory yields. There were fairly
consistent growths in demand for the commercial
spaces such as IT parks, Grade A offices. This is
expected to continue until the residential sector
in India gets firmly into the revival mode. In
2012, the NRI investments in the residential real
estate in India were over USD 7.5 billion and
this is somewhat expected to reach USD 5.25
billion by the end of 2017. This decline in the
housing investments is due to slowdown and
consistent fall in fresh launches across major
cities. Static property rates movement is not
incentive best for Rate of Interest oriented by
the Non Resident India investors that focus will
remain on the commercial properties for 6-8
quarters. The inception, in fact, of the REITs,
is expected to push investments into the
commercial properties in upcoming future. The
commercial realty market especially in Grade A
properties, however, which promises best
long-term rental yields are not the investment
class that all the non-resident Indians is
ultimately equipped for. While the REITs will
open the possibility of investing in the
commercial properties at more affordable entry
points, the investment platform will find the
wide acceptance once the formal REIT listings
happen in India. Yet, there will always be the
investors who prefer the tangible single
properties to the mutual fund's approach to the
realty investment. We have also discussed NRI
investors so far. That leaves the end-users and
each real estate market in India is now mainly
driven by the end-users. Actually, the interest
in the housing properties from non-resident
Indians whose focus is not much on the investment
growth as owning home for themselves as well as
their families back home persistent. The fact
that the housing property rates in India have
actually bottomed with the builders are rolling
out attractive proffers, has worked well for the
buyers. At the industry level, one can see a
massive sea-change which will cause the
continuous reworking of existing investment
formulae as these take the firmer hold. The
present institutional reforms will play the
decisive role in refreshing the housing sector.
Real Estate Regulation Act has turned out to be
the genuine market force and the transparency it
enforces will draw the housing realty back to the
center stage. Affordable housing with the push by
the Government schemes targeted at making sure
the objective of Housing for All by 2022, has
become the new poster boy of the real estate
Not shockingly, the investment inquiries from NRI
community about the finest projects in the
category of housing are starting to pour in. it
is certainly a matter of time before the housing
asset class catches up with the commercial
properties on NRI property investment radar. And
for here, the resurgence will be policy-driven
and sustainable, so opposed to knee-jerk spurts
of the speculative activity seen in earlier years.
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