Usd 2.6 bn overseas Capital investment in india
Knight Frank’s Active Capital: The 2018 Report looks at the shifts in capital flows and dives into the sources and destinations of cross-border investments in commercial real estate. The report’s key findings are as follows:
• India ranks an impressive 19th position amongst the 73 countries that attracted cross-border capital into their property market in 2017
• Capital flows into Indian property markets have been 10 times higher than the outflows in 2017.
• Compared to 86% share in 2016, United States, Canada and Singapore collectively contributed to 84% of capital inflows to Indian property followed by United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates and Hong Kong in 2017.
• 80% of the outbound capital flows from India find place in Austria, United States and Singapore collectively. The rest finds way into United Kingdom and Portugal property market. In the latest four-year period (2014 – 2017), the inflows were over four times the outflows compared to the earlier four-year period (2010 – 2013) when they were at par. This highlights a paradigm shift in Indian realty’s potential as an attractive investment avenue.”