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The New York-based real estate firm has secured a $300m commitment that includes a recapitalization of assets from two existing funds as well as an investment in a new fund.
The world’s largest asset manager has not raised any additional capital for the vehicle since holding a first close a year ago.
The New York-based manager is striking deals with sellers that are proceeding quietly on sales and shortlisting the firm as a potential buyer.
The Hong Kong-based manager is assuming higher cap rates, higher construction costs and longer project delays as it evaluates real estate investments.
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The Chicago-based manager is focusing on non-traditional real estate sectors, which typically have shorter leases, amid rising inflation.
The New York-based mega-manager’s latest record-breaking opportunistic real estate fund will be nearly $10bn larger in size than its predecessor.
Arguably the biggest regulatory shake-up is in the US, but changes are afoot across the real estate universe, reports Ellie Duncan.
A handful of jurisdictions continue to dominate the market for fund domiciles. Simon Watkins asks whether rivals can ever take their crowns.
A surprise Federal Reserve rate hike and subsequent rhetoric from the country’s central bank threatens to slow down a red-hot market.
Research by the digital financing platform showed lenders have already raised margins and reduced leverage levels.

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