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Things are looking up in the hotel business - travelers are back, supply is down and hot-stone spa treatments are in. But strong fundamentals alone don't make hospitality a walk in the park. By Aaron Lovell
Profile: DavidBrush 2005-07-01 Staff Writer Having been responsible for overseeing all real estate private equity investments by REOG since 1994, David Brush has seen more of the asset class than most. From his London base, he now heads a team of more than fifty in offices across the globe, and has supervise
After more than a decade in the market, Deutsche Bank knows how and where to identify undervalued assets. By John Elledge
Real estate investors face a multitude of different regulatory regimes when crossing borders in Europe. By Jonn Elledge
Residential markets in southern Europe are booming.
As the London-based firm steps up its investment effort in France, it makes acquisitions in Germany and the UK.
The 2012 Olympics have boosted the city's property market, but the impact on opportunity funds maybe minimal.
The fund manager's involvement in a split capital trust has come back to haunt it.
A new report on European pension fund managers suggests a wave of capital is due to hit the European real estate market.
Donald Trump is suing his Hong Kong business partners in New York's highprofile Riverside South development.

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