Institutional Investments To Touch $1.1 Billion In The First Quarter of 2022: Report

The quarter's investment activity was fueled by several large-scale transactions in the office sector. Institutional investments in Indian property investment reached 1.1 billion in Q1 2022, more than doubling from the same period last year, thanks to the economy's opening up following the third wave of Covid -19 infectious diseases, and an improvement in investor sentiment, which has resulted in increased investments over the previous quarter.

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Growth in Institutional Investments

Foreign investors drove the majority of the investment, accounting for almost 70% of the total inflow during the quarter. Surprisingly, following a decline in 2020, the percentage of direct investment has risen to 30%, nearly matching pre-pandemic levels. This indicates that domestic investors’ trust has returned.

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Report on Institutional Investments touching $1.1 Billion

The reopening of the economy following the third wave of the Covid-19 epidemic, as well as an increase in investor optimism, has resulted in institutional investments in the real estate sector reaching $1.1 billion in Q1 2022, more than double ($0.5 billion) in the same period last year.

The quarter’s investment activity was fueled by several large-scale transactions in the office market. Foreign investors drove the majority of investment, accounting for almost 70% of total inflows during the quarter. Surprisingly, following a decline in 2020, the percentage of direct investment has risen to 30 percent, nearly matching pre-pandemic levels. This demonstrates a recovery in domestic investor confidence.

With a 95 percent share, the top three asset groups in the first quarter of 2022 were office, retail, industrial, and logistics. The real estate industry has seen good structural changes, and performance indicators show a solid rebound in the residential, office, industrial, and logistics sectors, with emergent themes centered on technology and digital visibly developing. Domestic and foreign investors tend to be positive about Indian real estate, bolstered by pro-growth government policies, with a long-term vision to build and keep properties. On a city level, Mumbai remains the market leader, accounting for 25% of overall investment inflows. This demonstrates investors’ high level of trust in the area.

Also Read: Indian Real Estate Market to Prosper as Investors flee Chinese market

In terms of investment, the office market has made a return, with occupiers continuing to perceive it as a reliable income-generating asset class. Furthermore, the office market is currently improving, with steady vacancies for the first time in two years in Q1 2022.

The retail sector drew the second-highest proportion of investments, accounting for 23%, thanks to a single large deal. Investment in the retail sector has been at an all-time high since the outbreak began. Global investors continue to be interested in both under construction and stable retail assets.

Industrial and logistical assets got $0.2 billion in inflows, accounting for approximately 16% of overall investments. Investor interest for industrial and logistics assets remained high, fueled by strong structural demand from e-commerce and third-party logistics providers. Investors continued to look for landed properties for in-city warehouses as well as on the outskirts of metropolitan marketplaces. Sales growth for modern industrial and logistical assets, combined with a supply deficit, is driving increased investment activity.

In Q1 2022, multi-city acquisitions accounted for 65 percent of all investments as investors focused on forming strategic relationships with prominent developers and acquiring/developing portfolios spanning numerous cities. We are also witnessing the development of platforms for investing in certain asset classes, particularly in commercial office and manufacturing assets.

Also, Read Institutional Vs Individual Investor – Key differences every investor must know!

Residential investments remained subdued, drawing only $15 million in Q1 2022, accounting for less than 1% of overall investments. Experts predict investment momentum to pick up in the next quarters as domestic investors remain optimistic about the industry and aggressively raise cash.

The residential industry is benefiting from tailwinds following a considerable return in sales momentum following a tumultuous period following the NBFC crisis is 2018, followed by pandemics. In the first quarter of 2022, a significant investment company closed a low-income housing fund, one of India’s largest funds devoted to residential real estate.

Investment in data centers increased to almost $40 million in Q1 2022, as multinational datacentre REITs, datacenters management companies, and hyperscalers continue to invest in India. Due to its location as a submarine cable landing station, Chennai is seeing great traction in data center development and also has the potential to evolve as a prominent data center in South Asia. According to the report, investment prospects in data centers are exploding as a result of the massive increase in demand for cloud computing from organizations, wider internet penetration, and infrastructural status conferred to data centers.

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Institutional Investment Report 2022 FAQ'S

Domestic Institutional Investors include organizations such as insurance firms, mutual fund houses, retirement funds, and provident funds. DIIs often aggregate money from the country’s small investors and then trade in various securities and assets.

Investments by foreign business groupings, family offices, foreign banks, private equity, proprietary books, retirement funds, foreign-funded NBFCs, real estate fund-cum-developers, and sovereign wealth funds are included in the institutional flow of money.

Approximately 80% of the stock market capitalization is owned by institutional investors. 12 As institutions’ size and prominence expand, so do their relative ownership and impact in financial markets.

A private placement is when a corporation sells securities to institutional investors and a small group of individuals. It allows the firm to raise financing more quickly than a public offering. Companies who cannot afford to obtain funds through a public offering choose this strategy.

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