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Buying opportunities will come from both expiring closed-end funds and developers motivated to sell to either repay debt or recycle capital.
The advisory expects a surge in manager-led recaps to avoid forced sales or hang onto promising assets for a longer duration.
The year of the coronvirus pandemic is reshaping the future of all aspects of the real estate industry – including proptech.
The need for greater tech investment is well understood, but not all market participants are taking the action that they say is required.
This year's data demonstrate the real estate sector’s commitment to the agenda continues to grow.
Investors are looking beyond individual assets to assess cities’ preparedness for climate change as they take a harder line on local climate risk, says ULI's global CEO, Ed Walter.
The $672bn investor has awarded the Houston-based manager a $1.5 billion separate account to develop properties demonstrating ‘resilience’ and ‘permanence’.
Global institutions targeted opportunistic funds and broke into new strategies in 2020, but stayed closer to their home markets.
The US firm says Europe’s real estate lenders have staved off a loan crisis with forbearance. But that forbearance will not continue indefinitely.
In stark contrast to the US, Europe’s CMBS loans have largely avoided emergency treatment, according to the London-based firm.
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