flexible office co-working
Over the past five years, WeWork and its peers have reshaped workspaces the world over. But now, as office owners face unprecedented challenges from the covid-19 pandemic, the model once billed as a wave of the future is at risk of becoming a thing of the past. Flexible office providers have emerged as one of […]
Not even government stimulus measures are expected to stop non-bank property lenders from retreating after being further challenged during the pandemic.
Despite the coronavirus’s deep impact on the market, foreign and domestic investors are bullish on a US recovery, according to a survey conducted by the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate.
The industry would be better served if performance was unbundled from the effects of leverage, argues Joseph L. Pagliari, Jr., clinical professor of real estate at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
The valuation and investor interest in the asset, which traded at a 4.4% cap rate, remained unchanged despite being marketed during the pandemic.
The Singapore-based real estate firm had originally planned to complete the capital raise for its second value-add offering in the first half of this year.
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Launched by ANREV, INREV and NCREIF last month, the tool is intended to establish global performance standards and boost investor confidence.
Capital providers and their managers are seeking fresh pockets of value as fundraising in the sector dips.
A €600m haul just completed for its open-ended Curzon Capital Partners 5 supplements approximately €1.1bn left from its EPISO 5 opportunistic vehicle.
Digital Colony's Marc Ganzi and National Real Estate Advisors' Jeff Kanne discuss the evolution of data center investment and how covid-19 boosts the sector.

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