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Noida, 2nd July 2018: As per the recent report presented by the Knight Frank India, in 2017, the real estate industry of India is seemed to have the highest capital inflow than ever before. The Indian Government has measured the capital inflow at USD. 2.6 Billion while the capital outflow for the year 2017 is around USD. 0.26 Billion. The capital inflow is almost 10 times higher than the capital outflow for the same year. Since past few years, a number of reformations have been adopted and applied by the Indian government in the Indian economy. The latest real estate news around this report says this hike in capital flow into the Indian property market has been initiated by some of those reformations in the real estate business environment.

To name a few, the Demonetization act, the implementation of Goods and Service Tax, the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act etcetera are some of the reasons behind this increased capital inflow. Also, the implementations of several affordable housing initiatives have boosted the hike possibility. When most of the acts put into effect, has worked as a boon for the Indian real estate industry by assuring retaining investment commitments and improving Indian property market prospects.

The source of Capital Inflow into India

United States – 34% of the total cross-border capital inflow as of 2017
Canada – 28% of the total cross-border capital inflow as of 2017
Singapore – 22% of the total cross-border capital inflow as of 2017
United Kingdom – 13% of the total cross-border capital inflow as of 2017
United Arab Emirates – 2% of the total cross-border capital inflow as of 2017
Hong Kong – 1% of the total cross-border capital inflow as of 2017

The source of Capital Outflow from India

Austria – 32% of the total cross-border capital outflow as of 2017
United States – 29% of the total cross-border capital outflow as of 2017
Singapore – 19% of the total cross-border capital outflow as of 2017
United Kingdom – 12% of the total cross-border capital outflow as of 2017
Portugal – 8% of the total cross-border capital outflow as of 2017

From the year 2010 to 2013, the inbound capital flow into India was USD. 2.7 Billion and the outbound capital flow from India was USD. 2.5 Billion. In the span of the year 2014 to 2017, the inbound capital flow into India was USD. 8.0 Billion and the outbound capital flow from India was USD. 1.9 Billion. This took the Inbound and Outbound ratio at 4:2 respectively which is undoubtedly the notable one in the history of Indian Property Market. According to the statement was given by the Chairman and Managing Director of Knight Frank India, USD. 2.6 Billion has been invested alone in 2017 which occupies 32% of the total inbound capital received amounted at USD. 8.0 Billion.
By outperforming the other Asia Pacific counterparts like Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia, India holds the 19th position in attracting the maximum cross-border capital inflow (excluding the development sites) amongst the other 73 countries. Owing to a chain of reformations, the potential growth of Indian Real Estate Economy has successfully grabbed the attention of international developers and investors.

Somdeepa Bhattacharjee

Author: Somdeepa Bhattacharjee

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