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HYDERABAD MARKETBEAT REPORTS

Rohan Sharma • 27/04/2020
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

Office: Space take-up had been robust early in Q1 but failed to sustain the momentum over the last 4-6 weeks. Leasing activity is likely to remain muted in Q2, but a gradual pick-up is likely in H2 depending on how soon the lockdown is lifted and subsequent situation evolves.

Residential: Given the broader economic impact and uncertainty prevailing currently with the COVID-19 outbreak is expected to dampen market sentiments at least for the next 2-3 quarters. Weak affordability and subdued demand conditions are likely to prevail across the city.

Retail: Mall rentals across the city have remained stable amidst a declared pandemic that has resulted in revenue loss both for operators and the retailers with mall closures and the subsequent national lockdown.

India Investment: The COVID pandemic put a lot of countries on lockdown mode and some ongoing deals and those in advanced stages went on hold due to investment decisions being delayed or final contracts not yet signed.

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CURRENT MARKETBEATS

Office Buildings CBD
Hyderabad Office Report

Office demand and net absorption over the next 12 months are likely to soften given the headwinds for global economy and its impact on office demand.

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Shopping Retail
Hyderabad Retail Report

We expect luxury as well as F&B brands to go slow on expansion plans but those in the value category, especially groceries and essential items are likely to resume business plans as the market recovers gradually from the ongoing pandemic.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Hyderabad Residential Report

Capital values across the city largely remained stable after growing steadily over the past 12-18 months. Average quoted prices were indicating towards an upward trend early in the quarter, but with the COVID-19 situation evolving fast, the expected movement in prices did not last.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
India Investment Report

The first quarter of 2020 recorded investment volumes of INR 42.66 bn (USD 0.57 bn), a q-o-q decline of 30.3%. This was the lowest first quarter number in five years.

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