Our European societies are growing old. This means that countries will need an increasing amount of nursing care in the coming decades.
From the Current Issue
Probably the most important decisions you as investors ever have to make are about with whom to associate and work. In making those decisions, of course, it’s not about what potential partners say; it’s about what they actually do.
In the first nine months of 2021, fund sponsors had already equalled the 2020 12-month total for funds launched (156 funds), according to the IREI.Q database.
Real estate managers should place an even greater focus on fund strategies that increase the supply of good quality, affordable housing in the UK.
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted our daily lives in more ways than one. In many cases it accelerated underlying structural trends.
The office sector has arguably seen the greatest shift produced by the pandemic. Once the go-to investment for institutions with the money to play, office assets suddenly became a pariah thanks to COVID-19.
Retail has been at the epicentre of cyclical and structural change. Prior to the COVID-19 crisis, the sector was grappling with rapid ecommerce growth and changing consumer habits.
Institutional investors plan to invest at least €28 billion in European real estate this year, according to INREV’s 2022 Investment Intentions Survey, led by the big three markets of France, Germany and the United Kingdom.
After two years of uncertainty and a stop-start return to normality, the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel is now increasingly visible to the hospitality sector.
Harrison Street has completed the final clos-ing of its third European alternative real estate fund, Harrison Street European Property Partners III.
After almost two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, Europe’s office sector is dis-playing an increased resistance to the city.