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Speakers at the PERE America Summit 2022 have differing perspectives on how much pain is in store for the industry.
The pandemic has recalibrated real estate market growth trajectories in many global cities, providing tailwinds for some and headwinds for others. Tom Leahy and Will Robson from MSCI analyze the trends
PIMCO’s acquisition of Columbia Property Trust led to the dissolution of the latter’s purchase of Normandy Real Estate Partners, showing how quickly the pandemic changed everything.
Uncertainty linked to the pandemic and other macro forces is driving an increase in secondaries transaction volume, writes Stephanie Baxter
Historically, real estate has performed well when prices rise, but the pandemic era raises unique questions and challenges.
Capital stays faithful to China real estate despite the pandemic and rising geopolitical tensions.
Ending government forbearance, inflation fears and heated marketplaces were top discussions items during PERE’s first all-virtual Global Summit.
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Funds targeting the sector are seeking nearly 50% more capital than they did a year ago, even though sales fell in 2020 from the previous year.
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The less obvious takeaways from our inaugural Real Estate Landscape Study that still move the needle for private real estate.
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The pandemic has made investors embrace virtual communications and rethink their sector strategies to navigate the crisis.
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