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Numerous factors including the maturity of the Chinese real estate market are behind a sudden rush into North American property
Investors should not be expecting to get a risk premium to invest in core real estate opportunities in Asia, heard delegates at the PERE Asia Summit.  
Institutional investors are now investing in the global secondaries real estate market, with China being a potential market in Asia, heard delegates at the PERE Asia Summit.
Gaw Capital Partners chairman Goodwin Gaw told delegates on the first day of the annual PERE Asia Summit in Hong Kong how relationships alone will no longer herald success for private real estate investors in China.
The PERE China Roundtable provides you with key insight and trends shaping China's private real estate market. 
The private real estate markets of Asia’s emerging markets and Hong Kong face the most uncertainty as the US tapers quantitative easing, delegates heard at the PERE Summit Asia.    
The concluding panel at PERE’s seventh Asia Summit in Hong Kong told delegates the core real estate market in Asia required a widely acknowledged benchmark in order to take a major step to maturation.  
Chinese investors and developers investing overseas also are willing to buy non-traditional real estate for the returns they want, delegates heard at the PERE Summit Asia in Hong Kong.  
LPs still hold the upper hand before a capital commitment is made to a fund, but afterward the LP-GP relationship becomes much more symbiotic, delegates heard at the PERE Summit: Asia in Hong Kong.
Even with $3 trillion in reserves, China’s institutional investors are ‘conservative’ when it comes to investing in private equity real estate, and it could take several years for China’s LPs to get comfortable with real estate investing, delegates heard at the PERE Asia Summit.

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