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The Chicago-based pension plan expects to make its first commitments to non-US funds this year, allocating $150 million for European and Asian real estate investments.
The Investor Intention surveys published by INREV, ANREV and PREA this week celebrated increased allocations to private real estate across the board, but the numbers were worth a closer reading.
Interest in Asia’s non-listed commingled funds far outstrips that in joint ventures or clubs going into 2014, a report by ANREV shows.
The Oklahoma Teachers’ Retirement System has issued RFPs for value-added and opportunistic real estate fund managers.
The world’s largest real estate investment manager is planning to undertake €6 billion of transactions in Europe this year, two-thirds of which should be acquisitions.
The Austin-based pension plan expects to commit up to $600 million in the coming year to core, value-added and opportunistic real estate investments.
The property services firm has predicted that 2014 investment volumes will surpass $1trn for the first time since 2007, with the Americas leading in terms of growth and Asia leading in terms of volume.
China has moved past the ‘emerging’ stage, and more predictable returns already are drawing the eyes of conservative investors, according to Goodwin Gaw of Gaw Capital Partners.   
The $10bn Russian government-backed Russian Direct Investment Fund is setting up a real estate team in preparation for a $1bn joint venture real estate platform with a Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund.
Asia’s cross-border real estate activity rose by 5.5 percent last quarter to $5.2 billion overall, with high net-worth individual investors showing the fastest increase, according to a recent study by property services giant CBRE. The large markets of Australia, Hong Kong, China and Japan led the charge of cross-border investments, with capital coming from both […]
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