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Financing in real estate sector expanded by 40% to USD 5.4 billion in 2016: Report

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Financing in real estate sector expanded by 40% to USD 5.4 billion in 2016: Report

MUMBAI: The aggregate financing in the Indian real estate sector expanded by 40% from USD 3.8 billion in 2011 to USD 5.4 billion in 2016, as per Knight Frank India's Capital Markets Report discharged on Tuesday.

"This considers the store stream by virtue of private value, NBFC, bank credit and IPO," it said. The report concentrates on private value (PE) subsidize stream crosswise over land resource classes in the vicinity of 2010 and 2016.

Bank credit has contracted radically over the most recent couple of years from 57% in 2010 to under 24% in 2016. Rising Non-Performing Assets (NPAs), higher hazard provisioning and mounting misfortunes in the land business have prompted decrease in credit offered by banks. Around three-fourth of the land segment's subsidizing necessity is met by PE players in the recent years; as against one fourth in 2010, said the report.

2015 saw the most astounding measure of PE store stream in land since 2010 with more than USD 3.6 billion speculations crosswise over 100 or more arrangements.

In 2016, there was a 13% drop in PE subsidize stream with under 60 bargains in the earlier year. Be that as it may, 2016 has additionally recorded the most noteworthy measure of the normal arrangement estimate adding up to USD 56 million, said the report.

Samantak Das, Chief Economist and National Director - Research, Knight Frank India, stated, "Bank credit, which used to represent anyplace in the vicinity of half and 57% of the segment's institutional financing necessity till 2014 has seen a sharp lessening over the most recent two years in the scope of 24%-26%.

Rising non-performing resources (NPAs), higher hazard provisioning and mounting misfortunes in the land business have prompted huge diminishment in credit offered by banks. PE players have supplanted banks and are at present the greatest wellspring of institutional fund for the land business. At present, PE financing is not quite recently limited to value but rather has to a great extent moved towards a semi value kind of structure."