Hyderabad has got the first place in the list of world's most dynamic mean dynamic cities. Hyderabad has scored better than any other city in the world on many criteria like socio-economic and commercial real estate. In the list of the same global property consultant JLL India, Bangalore has the second place. According to JLL, despite the economic slowdown, seven cities in India have found a place in the list of 20 dynamic cities of the world. The national capital occupies the sixth place in this list. Also, Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, is ranked fifth.
According to JLL 'City Momentum Index' Pune ranks 12th, Kolkata 16th and Mumbai 20th. JLL has taken into account the socio-economic and commercial assets and real estate market of cities across the world while making this list. JLL has said in a report, "Hyderabad has been ranked the world's most dynamic city in the list of 130 cities". The same report said that Hyderabad is characterized by major economic growth such as GDP growth, retail sales and air travelers. Indicators have the highest scores worldwide. If you look at the list of last year, Hyderabad has jumped a notch. Last year, he was second and Bengaluru topped.
In addition, JLL India CEO and Country Head Ramesh Nair said, "Investors around the world are showing tremendous interest in India's fastest growing cities. Infrastructure and policy fronts are beginning to benefit from the reforms undertaken by the government. Despite the slowing pace of economic growth, these corrective steps have brought greater transparency in the market and have boosted investment in the real estate sector.