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Investment manager DWS predicts real estate debt will offer investors attractive risk-adjusted returns going forward.
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.
Following the €435m first close of its latest credit vehicle, the manager’s debt experts discuss fundraising in the time of covid-19.
The Hague
The Hague-based asset manager is partnering with traditional lenders as it targets medium-term growth of its property debt platform to up to €10bn.
The follow up to KKR’s 2017 fund will continue to focus on junior tranches of commercial mortgages.
Fundraising decline
While our data show global real estate debt fundraising peaked in 2017, sentiment among institutional investors suggests the asset class is not out of steam.
Sister title PERE’s research shows a slowdown in real estate debt fundraising since a post-global financial crisis peak in 2017.
Retail icons are being toppled, spelling major trouble for US shopping malls as a cascade of defaults looms.
Capital providers and their managers are seeking fresh pockets of value as fundraising in the sector dips.
digital real estate
With commercial properties shuttered and daily life shifted online, data-centric real estate has thus found itself higher on investor wish-lists.
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