Institutional Real Estate Europe

April 1, 2018: Vol. 12, Number 4

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From the Current Issue


Wall of money

It’s tough out there. Intense competition for limited supply in core markets continues to drive returns down. Savills Investment Management has said that prime yields in European real estate are set to move lower over the next year. In a report, Savills has said that recent volatility in the bond market and stretched equity market valuations have reinforced the case for real estate investment.


Things that go “bump” in the night: Themes arising from our Editorial Advisory Board meetings around the globe

Every year, we hold several editorial advisory board meetings for the Europe, Americas and Asia Pacific editions of this publication. These meetings consist of a series of facilitated roundtable discussions based on topics suggested by the participants. Sifting through the more than 50 different topics submitted this past fall by the investor, investment manager and consultant members of the board, several key themes seem to underlie our editorial board members’ primary concerns these days.


A conversation with John Levy

John Levy is president of John B Levy & Co. Levy and partner Michael Giliberto recently launched the Giliberto-Levy High Yield Real Estate Debt Index (G-L 2), which is the first third-party measure to monitor high-yield commercial mortgage debt performance.


Standing tall

Henderson Park and Greystar Real Estate Partners exchanged contracts with Tide Construction in February to deliver two of the world’s tallest modular towers in Croydon, London.

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