Expect $ 4-5 Billion Foriegn Inflows to Realty Sector

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According to the Asia Pacific CEO of global real estate consultancy firm Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), India's real estate sector is set for inflow of $ 4 to 5 billion USD ( over 20,000 crore ) from global investors in next couple of years with Bangalore, Mumbai and Delhi emerging as favorites.
Overseas investors have invested over $ 14 billion USD into the Indian real estate sector over the period from 2006 to 2012. Around half the transactions were invested in residential property, a quarter in office sector and the balance among other sectors.
Terming the next two years much more promising, Hughes said that 2013 and 2014 will have a total of USD 4-5 billion come into the sector, mainly to buy income yielding SEZ assets at a capitalization rate of 10.75 per cent.
Right now, many indian developers and fund managers are seeking to get international money and that is much more likely to come in in the next couple of years. Regionally, half these investment come from US with rest coming from Middle east, Singapore, Hong Kong, Germany and the UK.