India, being the world’s fifth largest economy, has proven to be consistently growing, stable and dependable economy. India is the seventh-largest country by area in the world comprising of roughly 3.287 million square km, it holds an opportunity for a lot of real estate investment and development for both private and government entities. According to recent reports from NITI Aayog, a government policy, the Indian real estate market is valued at INR 8300 billion.
The recent report (2020) suggest that REITs listing in India are expected to positively grow in future due to its reliance on cap rate compression and not rent appreciation. Cap rate compression indicates that the prices are expected to rise and there is a possibility for low risk in investments. Thus, showcasing numerous investment opportunities in the realty sector. Investments in India project the potential of high returns on fair prices with ease on EMIs.To generate investments, RBI has cut down on repo rates which in turn helped to lower down the house loans by providing liquidity to the banks and financial institutions. Home loans dropped to approximately 6.70% in the year 2020, the lowest drop since more than a decade in India. The country’s strong partnerships and democracy makes it one of the world’s favourite investment destinations.