Multifamily/built-to-rent (BTR) properties are also becoming more popular, with investors interested in both core and development projects, according to the survey. Across the Asia Pacific, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, investors are bullish on property market fundamentals, supporting strong real estate allocations (EMEA).
This illustrates the asset class’s sustained appeal, as investment levels in 2022 are expected to at least match those in 2021. According to a new Colliers analysis, the number of transactions closing in the third quarter increased dramatically, and this trend is projected to continue well into 2022.
Despite the challenges caused by the epidemic, which have had a negative influence on the economy and business climate, investments in the Indian real estate market have remained robust. Investments totaled $3.5 billion in the nine months ending September 2021, or over 75% of the total seen in 2020, according to the report.
This year, the residential, industrial, and warehousing sectors have reaped the most benefits, accounting for 36 percent of all investments.
The top worldwide strategy options are core and core-plus office spaces, with 60% of investors stating these assets as their investment preference, while industrial and logistics (I&L) assets would be the most coveted, according to the report.
Their attractiveness arises not just from the awareness that office demand is here to stay, particularly in cities with strong transportation infrastructure and high amenity values, but also from the simplicity with which office assets may be deployed on a massive scale.
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