As per Knight Frank’s half-yearly research report on Indian real estate, the residential market in Kolkata is going through a slowdown. Unlike Delhi NCR and Mumbai, the market in Kolkata is largely driven by end-users. However, the first six months of 2016 have seen a dip in demand from this segment of buyers. This has resulted in a drop of 10 percent in the total sales volume, the report stated. Buying property in Kolkata has always been fruitful for investors from the prospect of ROI and hopefully the scenario will improve very soon.