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Covid has not dampened the country's appeal to private investors.
The US pension fund has approximately 15% of its portfolio invested in international markets, with a significant portion in Europe.
As sellers' expectations become more realistic, the asking price for retail assets has come down as much as 30% in the country since June 2020.
Foreign capital accounted for 74% of total transactions in Q1 of the year, the highest first quarter percentage since 2017, according to deal data house Real Capital Analytics.
With over 20 years of relationship, the Canadian investor has anchored the manager’s first open-ended pan-Asia fund to invest across different sectors.
Institutional capital is less concerned with political rhetoric over China and more about finding investment opportunities and the practicalities of negotiating local regulations.
As China’s real estate investment market grows more complex, three sources of capital are set to become more relevant, says Hodes Weill’s Hong Kong-based partner Alfredo Lobo.
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While other regional markets continue waging the covid battle, China has won its fight and for real estate investors, there is much to be confident about going forward, says GoHigh Capital’s Josh Zhou
David Green-Morgan, managing director, Asia-Pacific at Real Capital Analytics, examines China’s real estate capital flow data in a covid-impacted year.
Significant capital flows into a challenging property sector in a historically challenging country is a sign the India story is gaining global momentum.

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