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For seven private real estate managers, breaking away from the crowd is equal parts risk and reward.
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Volatility is strengthening the case for retail investors to increase real estate exposure, but the opportunity to tap the private wealth channel is not without its challenges.
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Fractional real estate investments can open up the sector to a wider audience and boost managers too, says RealVantage’s Keith Ong.
Asia-Pacific real estate fundraising in the first half of 2023 fell by roughly 76% compared with the same period in 2022, according to PERE data.
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Real estate Investors appreciate the stickiness of tenants in the life sciences sector, with new geographic clusters emerging as demand grows, participants of PERE's life sciences roundtable say.
Japan’s GPIF is the latest institution to look to private real estate’s mega-managers for making proxy plays at any point in the cycle.
The latest PERE 200 ranking demonstrates the increasing geographical dispersion of mid-tier real estate managers in the US. By Aisha Kapoor
Transactions by the PERE 100 cohort of managers were down in the year the market cycle turned, but their net investment positions increased, writes Tom Leahy, head of EMEA real assets research at MSCI.
The 2023 PERE manager rankings are based on the amount of private real estate direct investment capital raised by firms between January 1, 2018 until March 31, 2023.
Fundraising for impact strategies is tough. But as the cost-of-living crisis hits society’s most vulnerable people, there is a growing need for private investors to step up.

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