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Firms are prioritizing transparency and maintaining comprehensive, highly detailed data as investor reporting requests mount during covid-19.
Capital providers are seeing writedowns in their portfolios and accepting that valuations and underlying assumptions will vary during this uncertain time.
With so little clarity on property values during covid-19, appraisers are relying more on anecdotal commentary and getting creative to gain more market insight.
How does the private real estate industry measure performance when the pandemic has made valuing assets so difficult?
Two valuation management firms share their strategies for assessing a property’s worth during a time of massive dislocation and uncertainty.
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The industrial real estate heavyweight plans to grow the Japan-focused fund’s AUM from $2.6bn to more than $10bn in the next several years.
Over 70% of larger institutions plan to raise or maintain their real estate allocation to the country in 2021, according to a new JLL report.
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High amounts of dry powder, new entrants such as Brookfield Asset Management and a pressing need to extend fund lives could result in the real estate market bouncing back this year.
The sector has been a bright patch for real estate investors thus far, but the end to a generous unemployment program raises serious questions.
Schroders Octopus Senior Housing Retirement Living
While long-term prospects remain healthy given demographic trends, the sector has seen record-low occupancy rates and slumping returns during the pandemic.
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