The past decade has been a period of steady growth for the UK build-to-rent (BTR) sector, moving from interesting new concept to an established asset class as the demand for such homes has been proven in markets across the country.
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Whether you are persuaded by extreme weather conditions, or the data to emerge from COP 26, there should be nobody in any doubt about the importance of carbon emissions, climate change and, to be frank, the future of the planet.
Liquidity within global real estate financing markets remains deep. Several major catalysts — including the health crisis; the macro environment; a raft of sector-specific headwinds; and increased climate risk and environmental, social and governance (ESG) requirements — are collectively institutionalising change in how the financing market is structured and how loans are underwritten. Overall, the debt markets are in relatively good shape as we begin the new year, but headwinds seemingly from every direction are complicating the risk assessment for lenders.
This year, INREV’s Debt Vehicles Universe Study revealed a significant growth period — one that had arguably been in the making for a number of years
During the past few months, investors, managers and consultants participated in Editorial Advisory Board meetings for each of Institutional Real Estate, Inc’s regional publications, to discuss the most pressing issues facing the real estate investment industry.
The times are changing. The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted lives and economies, and it continues to impact investments, leading to shifting demand and changing priorities.
In the first move of its kind, the Invesco Global Real Estate Fund (GREF) has been made available to UK defined contribution (DC) pension schemes.
LaSalle Investment Management has closed its latest real estate debt fund, LaSalle Real Estate Debt Strategies IV (LREDS IV), with €1.1 billion of capital commitments and sidecar investments.
Managers will need to work harder to create genuine value from their real estate investments as inflation is proving higher and more persistent than originally expected.
From the moment the implications of the varying international orders to “stay at home” became clear, there have been questions about the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic would have on commercial real estate and the built environment.
Prime shopping centres are forecast to become the most attractive real estate asset class in 2022, according to AEW’s European Annual Outlook study for 2022.
Europe's first commercial real estate collateralized loan obligation (CLO), valued at £219 million (€257 million), has been closed.
For more than 20 years now, we’ve been warning the investment man-agement and consulting communities that the defined benefit (DB) pension cow they’ve been milking has been getting skinnier and skinnier.