A cyclist rides past residential apartments under construction in Greater Noida, some 25km southeast of New Delhi, in 2017. India’s new Reit market facilitates tie-ups between liquidity-starved developers and risk-averse investors. Photo: AFP A cyclist rides past residential apartments under construction in Greater Noida, some 25km southeast of New Delhi, in 2017. India’s new Reit market facilitates tie-ups between liquidity-starved developers and risk-averse investors. Photo: AFP
A cyclist rides past residential apartments under construction in Greater Noida, some 25km southeast of New Delhi, in 2017. India’s new Reit market facilitates tie-ups between liquidity-starved developers and risk-averse investors. Photo: AFP
Nicholas Spiro
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The View by Nicholas Spiro

Reit-inspired improvements to India’s property sector are proving a boon amid the pandemic

  • The launch last year of the country’s first real estate investment trust has helped increase market transparency and attract institutional investors, improvements which laid the foundation for the sector’s resilience amid the Covid-19 downturn

A cyclist rides past residential apartments under construction in Greater Noida, some 25km southeast of New Delhi, in 2017. India’s new Reit market facilitates tie-ups between liquidity-starved developers and risk-averse investors. Photo: AFP A cyclist rides past residential apartments under construction in Greater Noida, some 25km southeast of New Delhi, in 2017. India’s new Reit market facilitates tie-ups between liquidity-starved developers and risk-averse investors. Photo: AFP
A cyclist rides past residential apartments under construction in Greater Noida, some 25km southeast of New Delhi, in 2017. India’s new Reit market facilitates tie-ups between liquidity-starved developers and risk-averse investors. Photo: AFP
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Nicholas Spiro

Nicholas Spiro

Nicholas Spiro is a partner at Lauressa Advisory, a specialist London-based real estate and macroeconomic advisory firm. He is an expert on advanced and emerging economies and a regular commentator on financial and macro-political developments.