Office: Momentum in the Hyderabad office market continues to remain below trend (as compared to 2019) but leasing activity has shown some resilience during Q3. Gross leasing was recorded at 3.5 msf, of which new space demand accounted for 2.3 msf.
Retail: Headline rentals across the city have largely remained stable while there is growing support from landlords who are looking to offer short-term relief and retain tenants. Most landlords in general are already offering 15-25% reduction in rents besides agreeing to pure revenue share models while working with retailers.
Residential: The residential market in Hyderabad showed signs of resilience during the ongoing COVOID-19 pandemic with a steady momentum being observed in terms of new launches.
India Investment: The private equity inflows on a YTD basis have declined by 72% compared to the corresponding period last year, largely due to delays in investment decisions, but the continued interest in office (core and core-plus) as well as warehousing/logistics segment is a positive sign for the overall real estate sector.
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