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Brookfield looks to raise $3bn for strategy to sydnicate senior debt and retain mezz
Australian manager teams up with Commercial & General to launch wholesale fund
South Korean institutional investors, including insurers, close to signing off
UK capital still one of Europe’s most attractive RE markets despite Brexit, says Deutsche
Company’s unlisted real estate fund enters sale-and-leaseback deal
Hongkou Soho on fringe of CBD acquired through co-investment
Investors debate the practicalities of moving into alternatives and niche property
Panellists discuss US real estate markets at IPE Real Estate conference in Munich
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The sector is led by the US, UK and Australia. But student housing is fast becoming a global market, writes Florence Chong
The world’s major central banks have waved the green flag on a race that will hold the attention of real estate investors – one between financing costs and rental rates.
If interest rates rise, the implications for Europe look complicated. So, asks Maha Khan Phillips, should investors go up or down the risk curve?
There are still investment opportunities in retail, but large parts of the market are challenged, or will simply disappear. Christopher O’Dea reports