February saw several final fund closes.
From the Current Issue
Although recent transaction activity numbers for Spain differ widely — up 36 percent in 2015 against 2014, to €11 billion, according to Cushman & Wakefield.
The logistics sector has become an essential component of the global economy.
After a couple of years of strong real estate returns in Europe and record low yields in prime property, there is a slight sense of déjà vu.
Institutional investors often ask us, “Where do you see the market going from here?” With commercial real estate prices in effectively every major market in the world reaching new peaks following the global financial crisis, this is far from an academic question for institutional investors with clear mandates to deploy capital into real estate in a yield-starved world.
The rise of the emerging markets has been a key global trend of recent economic history, highlighted by the ascent of the BRIC countries in the last 10 years or so, but established well before.
With 2016 well underway, it’s time for a look at the property investment landscape and the appetite of both local and global investors considering spending their capital on residential property in London and the south-east.
Our annual Visions Insights & Perspectives Europe conference for this year has just finished — held in sunny Eastbourne on the UK south coast.
Profitable real estate investments become unattractive all of a sudden if the total tax burden substantially decreases the return on investment. While tax is rarely a driving factor behind a real estate investment, it can certainly be a deal breaker, as real estate investments are typically very tax-sensitive.
Liverpool, the seventh or eighth largest city in the United Kingdom, depending on whose numbers you take, is famously the home of the Merseybeat music of the 1960s.
A reinventing Paris scheme organised by Paris City Hall has seen BNP Paribas Real Estate awarded the Ternes-Villiers redevelopment scheme in the 17th arrondissement.