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Published & Updated as on - 2011-01-07

High networth individuals (HNIs) have pumped nearly USD 4 billion into India's property market. A report from Barclays Wealth finds that this is set to increase as India is touted to be among the top five property investment destinations in the world.

Emerging markets like China and India may find favour with high networth investors. This even as the US and UK continue to remain preferred investment destinations. That's according to the latest Barclays Wealth insight report. It also reveals that India is among the top five emerging property investment destinations.

So, while Dubai's property market witnessed a 48% decline in Q2 compared to last year, India's property market has been on an upswing. Satya Narayan Bansal, CEO, Barclays Wealth India, says, "In the last six months, USD 4 billion has come from qualified institutional buyers. There is great interest, but it remains to be seen how much of that will come through foreign direct investment."

The report finds that 30% of HNIs surveyed in India have invested nearly half of their portfolio in real estate.

Experts say investors may be eyeing India because it is rapidly growing economy and rising prices of assets over the long-term. "India figures as top five destinations for investors. It will attract a lot of attention from global funds and investors and can offer great investment inflow," Bansal added.

While investors are betting on a recovery in the US and UK, they expect rapid economic growth to fuel demand for property in India and China.


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