Real Estate India

Picard Angst is launching Real Estate India funds

India urgently needs residential and business facilities, because soon over 600 million people will be living in the cities of the subcontinent. Buildings on construction, Mahim Bay, Dadar Mumbai. Galit Seligman ALAMY

India is growing at a stunning pace, with more than half a billion people belonging to the up-and-coming middle class and urgently need residential and business premises. Together with the renowned Steiner Group from Zurich, Picard Angst launches the new real estate fund India. For the first time, it offers investors the opportunity to participate directly in the success of the residential property market in India.