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Even at a late stage in the cycle and with global growth slowing, real estate retains a strong appeal to investors, says Savills Investment Management’s Alex Jeffrey.
MIRA's head of real estate Brett Robson discusses investors' commitment to real estate despite elevated global macro and geopolitical volatility.
This article is sponsored by Madison International Realty What have been the key events for your firm over the past 12 months? We invested almost a billion dollars of equity in 2019. We have had one of the best investment years in our history but executed it in a way that was very methodical, based […]
One of private markets’ biggest investors, Singaporean state fund Temasek and real estate manager CapitaLand, are implementing pay cuts to counter the economic impact of the rapidly spreading outbreak.
The rapid spread of coronavirus has thrown a spotlight on the country’s growing need for healthcare facilities, a sector of the local real estate market that remains undercapitalized.
The full extent of the outbreak in China is yet to be seen, but the short-term impact has already manifested itself in Asia’s private real estate markets
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The spreading virus is already thumping the country’s retail and hotel sectors, but its wider impact in the country and further afield cannot be fully assessed yet.
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