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PERE examines five key trends, each presenting unique opportunities and challenges.
Capital raised for value-add funds has been falling since 2021, but many analysts believe commercial real estate will experience some recovery in 2024's second half.
The stability net lease offers in a time of high inflation is just one reason the strategy's time has come.
The real estate secondaries market is poised for significant growth, driven by increased demand for capital, attractive discounts to net asset value and a broadening range of transaction types.
CBRE estimates the region's outstanding senior commercial real estate debt at $254bn as of mid-2023, with a debt funding gap of $5.1bn for loans maturing in 2023-25.
PERE's 2024 Logistics report shows strong potential in the sector for investors that can navigate its challenges, including labor shortages and supply chain issues.
Investors are increasingly turning to machine learning and data analysis tools to assess risk, and find cities with untapped potential.
Commercial real estate investors are completing more deals in large and growing European cities.
Commercial real estate investors are returning to gateway cities across Asia-Pacific.
Commercial real estate investors are finding opportunities in a number of US cities both large and small.
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