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With vaccine success expected and a US government keen to rebuild international bridges, the sector has every chance of reversing this current trend.
The new hire brings a data-driven, analytical approach to the role, which will also focus on health and wellness initiatives.
The sector has only been institutionalized in recent years but is bolstered by long-term e-commerce growth in the country.
It has long been believed what happens in real estate happens first in the US. That assumption could change with key Asian economies projected to rebound faster from the covid-19 crisis.
Buying opportunities will come from both expiring closed-end funds and developers motivated to sell to either repay debt or recycle capital.
The Miami-based investment firm has completed its biggest-ever initial closing with its latest property vehicle, which is also the largest in market.
The new capital for the vehicle, which has now reached $5.4bn in AUM, will be used to acquire three new assets from GLP Japan Development Venture II.
Corporations in three of the region's countries are expected to face more liquidity issues as government support programs come to an end in 2021.
The pandemic has brought increased focus on the social aspects of ESG strategies in particular, according to the real estate investment manager.
The advisory expects a surge in manager-led recaps to avoid forced sales or hang onto promising assets for a longer duration.
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