Large investors are becoming international homeowners like never before. Florence Chong looks at a global allocation phenomenon
Global political instability and a wealth of start-up firms have boosted Berlin’s appeal, with the office and residential sectors in vogue, says Russell Handy
Its customers come and go, but the hotel industry is attracting a new kind of long-term owner. Maha Khan Phillips checks into a growing institutional sector
Based on the past two decades, now could be the time for institutional investors to turn their attention to Indian real estate, writes Manfred Kupka
The Singapore-based investor has been building exposure across Asia-Pacific. Florence Chong speaks to Jonathan Yap
The growth of the hotel industry in Asia-Pacific is vulnerable to short-term shocks, but its long-term outlook is attracting investors. Florence Chong reports
The city’s office market was the first to rebound after the financial crisis and its housing is the most expensive in the US. Christopher O’Dea reports
The growth of the UK PRS has been about income generation. But, asks Russell Handy, should investors be worried about capital values?