Avenues of Financing for Real Estate Projects in FY-21

Avenues of Financing for Real Estate Projects in FY-21

This paper explains the current real estate project funding landscape in India for different real estate asset classes, namely: Office, Residential, Warehousing and other asset classes including Retail, Hospitality and Alternate Assets. It covers the preference of different types of Institutions [Banks, Non-Banking Financial Companies ("NBFC"s), Alternate Investment Funds ("AIF"s) & Private Equity ("PE") Funds] and Private Investors to invest in Real Estate asset classes; selection criteria, prevailing interest rates; availability of funds and expected volume of transaction compared to FY 2019-20.

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About the Author

Dhara Shah

Dhara Shah

Dhara has over 10 years of experience in Real Estate Investment and Consultancy. She has executed deals worth USD 10 million and led the team on executing 100 valuation assignments in the last 3 years. Prior to joining Meraqi she has worked with Vestian, UGL Equis and BPCL. Dhara is B.E (Civil) from S.V.NIT, Surat M.Tech (Infrastructure Planning) from CEPT, Ahmedabad.

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