Unlisted real estate funds arguably offer a closer experience to investing in the private real estate market directly than listed vehicles such as REITs.
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Robotics, advanced analytics and artificial intelligence are playing a growing role in the operations of logistics sites, forcing investors to make increasingly complicated decisions in what was previously one of the simplest areas of real estate to do business.
The majority of shopping centres in Germany bear the suffix “arcade” or “gallery”. This appendix represents not only the modest levels of creativity that have been applied to the modernisation of malls, but also the wider problems facing the asset class.
Institutional investors plan to invest at least €60.1 billion into global real estate this year. The 2022 Investment Intentions Survey published by ANREV, INREV and PREA, says that the majority of respondents believe the COVID-19 crisis will not impact their investment plans for the coming year.
Demand for healthcare assets in Germany and the United Kingdom continues to grow as investors increase transactions into both markets.
Despite having experienced almost two years of widespread work-from-home mandates, almost half of organisations in EMEA have still not developed plans to meet staff demands for greater work flexibility.
Dislocation in debt markets as a result of regulatory changes such as Basel III and other liquidity constraints are creating opportunities for more flexible nonbank lenders in the European commercial real estate space.
Lockdowns do not appear to have had a major impact on people’s attachment to city-living in the UK.
Post-COP26, the real estate industry is shifting its focus from discussion to tangible action. This switch is essential for the built environment to deliver on its commitments to a 36 percent decrease in CO2 emissions by 2030 to keep global warming below the Paris Agreement’s 2°C target.
Last year’s inflation story was a comforting one. The common view among economists was that we were in a transitory period.
2021 was always going to be a difficult year to follow. Despite the ongoing challenges presented by the COVID-19 crisis, there were ample opportunities for global investors to prosper.
The structural change in consumer behaviour, accelerated by the COVID-19 crisis, has made more consumers embrace the convenience of online shopping.
The 2022 logistics market in Europe has opened with a flurry of notable last-mile deals as investors and managers continue to fight for coveted urban warehouse space.
PGIM Real Estate has closed its seventh fund in its European flagship high-yield debt fund series, PGIM Real Estate Capital VII (PRECap VII), at €1.82 billion.