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Private Equity In Office Space Recorded At Inr 56 Bn Q1 2017: Cushman & Wakefield

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According to international property consultants Cushman & Wakefield, office assets emerged as the most preferred segment for investments in first quarter (Jan – Mar 2017) for private equity investments in real estate (PERE).  This asset class recorded investments to the tune of INR 56.3 bn, which constituted 59% of the total investments made during the period. This has been the highest PERE inflow in office assets since 2009. During the quarter, the segment also noted an increased inflow by 90% year – on – year in Q1 2016 with an average deal size of INR 9.4 bn. Residential assets claimed 37% of total investments at INR 36.2 bn during Q1 2017, recording an increase of 59% same time last year with an average deal size of INR 1.8 bn.

Private Equity Investments in Real Estate (PERE) in Q1 2017

ANNOUNCED PE DEALS: CITY-WISE – VOLUME – (INR bn)
Period

Mumbai

Delhi-NCR

Bengaluru

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Pune

Chennai

Hyderabad

Q1 2017

47

12

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13

2

3

4

Q1 2016

41

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37

2

0.6

8

7

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Q1 2015

5

10

9

3

5

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0

Q1 2014

21

6

20

6

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0

0

Q1 2013

5

0.8

1

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7

2

0

Q1 2012

33

7

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6

0.4

0

2

Source: Cushman & Wakefield Research, Real Capital Analytics

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Anshul Jain, MD-India & SE AsiaAnshul Jain, Managing Director, India, Cushman & Wakefield, “Office assets receiving a record investment inflow speaks indicates to of investors’ confidence in this asset class. The office space is expected to continue to see more interest from the investors in the coming years. By the end of the year, we are expected to see atleast 2 -3 large portfolio level deals that would be further pushing the total PERE in office market. These can be seen as signs of maturity of the market and a commitment from the funds for a long term partnership with developers.”

Anshul further said, “Investment market in India has been going through some challenges that of appropriate properties for investment. In the recent times, when investors have been cautious about the long term promise of the properties, there will be a dirt of good products in the next few quarters owing to fewer upcoming properties in key markets. While expected office supply is on a slowdown mode, residential projects too seem to have gone back to drawing boards reducing the supply in the coming year. This said, PERE is expected to remain positive in outlook for 2017 especially in anticipation of the first REITs listing which is expected to happen this year.

Private Equity Investments in Real Estate (PERE) in Q1 2017

ANNOUNCED PE DEALS: CITY-WISE – VOLUME – (INR bn)
Period

Mumbai

Delhi-NCR

Bengaluru

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Pune

Chennai

Hyderabad

Q1 2017

47

12

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13

2

3

4

Q1 2016

41

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37

2

0.6

8

7

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Q1 2015

5

10

9

3

5

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0

Q1 2014

21

6

20

6

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0

0

Q1 2013

5

0.8

1

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7

2

0

Q1 2012

33

7

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