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The wall of capital will likely mean lower returns for property credit strategies. But that has not deterred institutional capital from piling in, as this record-breaking close will attest.
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.
Investors committed around $5bn of capital to Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies IV after the end of Q1 2020.
From the regulatory issues top of managers’ minds to the factors shaping their domicile decisions, here are six takeaways from the report.
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While the inability to conduct due diligence remains investors’ top concern, managers are playing a bigger role than ever to mitigate the risk and find the right strategies for them
As retail and office sectors trend toward volatility, the steady returns of sale-and-leaseback strategies are becoming attractive fixed-income substitutes.
The region’s diversity of currency, regulations and valuation approaches are among the obstacles to making performance reporting more uniform.
For the industry groups spearheading the global initiative to standardize reporting, the pandemic has created new reporting requirements that may remain for the long term.
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The covid-19 crisis has accelerated two different shifts in how properties with a space-as-a-service component will be valued.
Firms are prioritizing transparency and maintaining comprehensive, highly detailed data as investor reporting requests mount during covid-19.
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