Institutional Real Estate Europe

January 1, 2016: Vol. 10, Number 01

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Europe

Christmas time in New York: Notes from our CEO Summit

We just completed our inaugural IREI CEO Summit 2015. Held on 1–2 December 2015 at the Harvard Club on West 44th Street in New York City, this was the first of what will become an annual event specifically designed to enable CEOs from real estate firms around the globe that sponsor our publications to come together, connect with each other, exchange ideas and debate key issues that are important to them.

Europe

Strictly speaking: Discipline in the real estate markets

Seven years into the financial cycle, the memory of the impact and subsequent financial dislocation of the global financial crisis is for many all too clear. Ill-discipline led to overuse of debt, misalignment of strategies and a risky approach that contributed to the eventual global crash.

Europe

Rental growth starts at home, says UK

A research note from Legal & General Property has predicted that the rate of rental growth across the United Kingdom’s commercial property sectors will almost double over the next few years.

Europe

Investors are not managing to keep up, says survey

Institutional investors are increasing target allocations to real estate, according to the third annual real estate allocation survey from Hodes Weill & Associates LP and Cornell University’s Baker Program in Real Estate, but at the same time remain significantly underallocated.

Europe

Property sales decrease in Q3 2015

While European property transaction activity slowed slightly during the third quarter compared with the first two quarters of the year, the year-to-date volume is still up approximately 30 percent compared to the same time in 2014.

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