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As the most diverse region for real estate investors, the differing regimes of Asia-Pacific present a challenge for managers, especially where global capital is involved.
Participants in PERE’s European regulation and domiciles roundtable discuss European managers’ efforts to avoid being engulfed by a rising tide of regulation.
Investors put more pressure on American managers than regulators today. However, data security and capital gains tax may prove more of a headache in the future.
The Grand Duchy continues to emerge as a strong jurisdiction for managers looking to access European capital and assets, says Nils Mordt of RBC Investor & Treasury Services
Alternative real estate asset classes are performing well even through the covid-19 shutdown. CA Ventures CIO Nishant Bakaya shares his firm’s outlook for these sectors.
The development of family-friendly rental housing in the UK and Ireland offers the potential for both opportunistic returns and resilient income, argues ESO Real Estate’s David Christie
While economic recovery after covid-19 may take longer than previously anticipated, The Resmark Companies’ chief investment officer Ziv Cohen says the shortage of housing units in the US won’t diminish.
Student housing started 2020 with a particularly rosy outlook. While covid-19 has provided a bump in the road, Jason Schwartz, Blue Vista Capital Management’s managing principal of student housing, believes the future is still bright
Despite challenges for multifamily, spring leasing activity has been strong, says Yardi Matrix director of research Paul Fiorilla
Multifamily residential in Europe must evolve to meet the structural changes in demand that have been accelerated by the pandemic. Technology will be key to this, says Pictet’s Zsolt Kohalmi

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