Octopus Healthcare raises further £134m for care home fund
Octopus Healthcare, part of the Octopus Group and an investor in healthcare facilities throughout the…
Real estate investors should focus on income in 2019
Real estate investors should focus on preserving income streams in 2019, while the logistics and…
Covivio completes disposal of €482m of non-strategic assets
The Covivio, former Foncière des Régions, has completed the sale of a set of non-strategic…
U.K. real estate investors up their exposure to U.S. market
Sentiment among U.K. commercial property investors towards the United States has risen dramatically over the past 12 months as enthusiasm for their home market as well as Germany continues to cool, according to BrickVest’s latest commercial property investment barometer, the Barometer.
Meketa Investment Group and Pension Consulting Alliance to join forces
Meketa Investment Group and Pension Consulting Alliance have merged together.
Annaly Capital, Capital Impact Partners launch second social impact JV
Annaly Capital Management and Capital Impact Partners have launched a new joint venture with a…
Worldwide Hotels Group pays $415m for Club Street site
A subsidiary of Worldwide Hotels Group has agreed to pay S$562.2 million ($415.12 million) for the…
Hospitality Properties Trust agrees to sell 20 travel centers for $308m
Hospitality Properties Trust (HPT) has sold 20 travel centers to TravelCenters of America for $308.2…
More than half of investors to increase allocations to APAC real estate
A majority of institutional investors globally, 56.7 percent, have said they will increase their allocations to Asia Pacific real estate over the next two years, according to the latest Investment Intentions Survey of institutional investors and funds of funds managers published by ANREV, INREV and PREA.
Accelerating economy, small development pipeline support positive real estate fundamentals
MetLife Investment Management has published its fourth-quarter 2018 Investment Strategy Quarterly, “Real Estate and Reflation — How Rising Deficits and Partisan Gridlock May Work in Real Estate’s Favor.”