JLL India had posted a revenue of Rs 3,420 crore during the financial year 2017-18.
The largest deal in H1 2019 was Brookfield's buyout of Reliance Industries' East-West pipeline worth $1.9 billion.
Like in 2018, large deals with value of over USD 100 million continued to drive inflows.
Supply of new homes rose by 21 per cent to 1.11 lakh units during January-June 2019 from 1.24 lakh units in the year-ago period.
There has been a massive consolidation with over 50 pc of total developers that existed in 2011-12 leaving industry by 2017-18.
Many, however, rued that real estate sector was not given 'industry' status and no stress fund got created for stalled projects.
Mumbai continues to be the most expensive city for expats in India and Kolkata is the cheapest, claims a study.
PE inflows from foreign investors increased 28 per cent during the first six months of the 2019 calendar year.
The association said that delay in project execution is the biggest bane plaguing the real estate sector.