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The region’s private real estate markets are performing well. But with few choices for institutional capital, an oligopoly of three is on the cards.
PERE's full-year 2019 presentation gives a closer look at some of the dramatic changes in fundraising that have occurred over the past year and half-decade.
Including co-investment sidecars, the Stockholm-based manager raised €685m in equity from investors in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
The real estate debt fund manager has raised £500m by first close for its fourth senior property lending vehicle.
The Beijing-based investment manager’s exposure to the alternative sector is now in excess of $1.5 billion in net asset value following this latest deal.
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Private real estate fundraising ended 2019 on a sour note, with managers closing just $14.5 billion in the last three months of the year.
Predictions for 2020
The research notes flooding our inboxes during the first full work week of 2020 suggest niche investing, credit plays and operational improvements will be on the agenda in the year ahead.
The newly-rebranded UK real estate investment manager is raising and deploying its largest value-add fund to date and has also relaunched its core product.
As the region's markets have become less correlated, the fundraising environment now varies by geography and sector, says Lazard's James Jacobs.
Value-add assets in the region during this fully-priced part of the investing cycle require existing income and disciplined leverage for the best chance of success, argues Mike Bryant, co-head of real estate at manager Partners Group.
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