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Arshiya Khullar

Arshiya Khullar
Arshiya Khullar is a senior Asia reporter for PERE. Based in Hong Kong, Arshiya covers news and trends in the private real estate markets across Asia-Pacific. In 2016, Arshiya was awarded the prestigious State Street Institutional Press Award for the best newcomer financial journalist in the region for an investigative story on how Anbang Insurance's failed pursuit of Starwood Hotels & Resorts worsened the reputation of the whole Chinese investor community in the global marketplace. In the past, Arshiya's bylines have also appeared on CNN.com, Quartz, Eurogamer, Lloyd's List and StartupsHK.
It has long been believed what happens in real estate happens first in the US. That assumption could change with key Asian economies projected to rebound faster from the covid-19 crisis.
Market disruption caused by the pandemic will create value-add and opportunistic investment opportunities in the two sectors, according to the Swiss investment bank.
Three institutional investors, including two sovereign wealth funds, committed nearly all of the capital for Logistics Property Company’s maiden develop-to-core fund.
Robert Stuckey believes an investing thesis centered on underwriting real estate via demographic and technological trends has kept Carlyle's business insulated from the current pandemic-induced crisis.
Since the pandemic began, vast amounts of capital have been raised by mega-managers to jump on distress investment opportunities. Their time to deploy that capital is near.
Two industry veterans have launched AneVista Group to invest in small format, last-mile retail investments, despite waning institutional investor appetite and growing headwinds facing the sector.
Three of real estate’s most institutionalized sectors are facing long-term, structural headwinds. ‘Niche’ strategies, meanwhile, are pushing into the mainstream.
The first nine months of 2020 were the lowest year-on-year global fundraising period in the past five years, according to newly released PERE data.
Strained geopolitical relations have pushed Chinese foreign direct investment in private real estate to historic lows. Yet, as Arshiya Khullar finds, not all Chinese investors are stopping their activities in the West.
Vacancy and rental levels could be on a longer-than-anticipated road to recovery, especially in Western markets.

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