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Real estate secondaries markets have been able to race ahead on deployment, while other strategies remain stalled, explain Threadmark co-founder Anne Gales and managing director John Scott.
The real estate secondaries market is poised for significant growth, driven by increased demand for capital, attractive discounts to net asset value and a broadening range of transaction types.
Rubick's cube
CBRE IM’s Killian Toms and Chris Dickson outline where the real estate secondaries market is at today and where it is heading tomorrow.
A broad pipeline of manager- and investor-led deals is emerging in the current liquidity-constrained market, fueling long-term growth.
Private equity investors eye lucrative opportunities in an evolving real estate secondaries landscape, says Scott Koenig, managing director and head of real estate secondaries at Neuberger Berman.
Hermes GPE growth equity
Investors remained disciplined in 2023, but DNE’s resilience enabled it to capital raise and expand its portfolio, says Dongping Sun, chairman and chief executive officer.
Arrows flowing up in the shape of houses with dollar signs in them
Growth in fractional real estate investing and crowdfunding is showcasing the need for reliable information.
Edge computing could follow cloud as the next big trend in data center development.
With a huge runway for growth driven by AI, the hyperscale campus format is the future, explain Keppel’s Wai Meng Wong and Hwee Long Loh.
How investors navigate increasingly volatile markets will be crucial this year, argues ANREV chief executive Charles Haase.

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