Finnish investment fund to avoid London real estate market
The $57 billion Finland-based Ilmarinen Mutual Pension Insurance Co. said it will not invest in…
Montana commits $90m to real estate funds
The $11.2 billion Montana Board of Investments has committed a total of $90 million to…
Recent commercial real estate transactions
Transactions reported this week included a property in Dallas. ASB Real Estate Investments sold Infomart…
No end in sight to price uptrend in Berlin residential
Rent and price increases held steady throughout 2017 in the Berlin housing market, further cementing the city as a popular target for investors in residential property.
Spanish retail market sets historical record in 2017
Annual growth in Spanish retail investment reached 41 percent, or €4.1billion ($5.12 billion) setting a historical record, and well ahead of the long term average, €2.4 billion ($3 billion), according to Cushman & Wakefield.
2018 Visions, Insights & Perspectives (VIP) Infrastructure
VIP Infrastructure (formerly known as Institutional Investing in Infrastructure – i3) brings together institutional investors and…
Shop Talk: Revising the hedge fund space
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Alaska Permanent seeks real estate consultant services
The $65 billion Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. is soliciting proposals for real estate consultant services. The pension fund…
Foreign investors buy mall in Madrid
Redevco Iberian Ventures, a joint venture between real estate funds managed by U.S.-based Ares Management…
Choice Properties to buy Canadian REIT for $3.1b
Choice Properties REIT will acquire Canadian Real Estate Investment Trust's assets and assume all of…
Vacancy rate in Beijing’s class office market drops
In the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2017, the vacancy rate in Beijing’s class office market dropped by 1.5 percentage points quarter on quarter (Q-o-Q), while the average rent decreased by 0.9 percent Q-o-Q, according to Knight Frank.
Australian office investment activity increases in 2017
Australian office investment activity in 2017 was 4 percent higher than 2016 levels, reversing the trend of the prior two years when falls were recorded, according to Knight Frank.