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Though new relationships are still on hold throughout much of the world, many kinds of investors are still finding ways to grow their real estate exposure.
Investor interest remains strong after corporate real estate disposals reached record levels in Europe and Asia last year.
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UBS' real estate and private markets business analyses the areas of private real estate that will bear the biggest short-term impacts of a world under lockdown.
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South Korean investors’ demand for US real estate debt remains robust, but there is a change in the type of preferred debt products
James Macdonald, head of China research at Savills, explains why the country’s developers will increasingly turn to international lenders for finance.
Private funds extend credit to homebuilders amid the nascent availability of offshore credit in China’s credit market.
Hong Kong Colliers
There has been a drop in Asian inbound and outbound capital flows, as well as noticeable tenant retrenchment in southern China cities, according to Colliers International’s latest research.
In the late stages of a long economic cycle, investors are becoming increasingly appreciative of the sector's recession-resistant qualities.
Natixis aims to capitalise on property investors’ international activities by operating an originate-to-distribute model across continents. Emmanuel Verhoosel, the French bank’s global head of real estate and hospitality, discusses market conditions.
Investor interest in Asia-Pacific real estate debt is increasing, but these two markets stand out.
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