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Coronavirus shutdowns have pushed nearly $25bn of US CMBS loans to the brink of delinquency, and the worst is yet to come.
China, Hong Kong and Singapore were the property markets most affected by the pandemic, with investment volumes plummeting by more than 60%.
UBS' real estate and private markets business analyzes the areas of private real estate that will bear the biggest short-term impacts of a world under lockdown.
Sheraton Casablanca
The London-headquartered emerging markets manager has acquired the Sheraton Casablanca and further North African outlays are targeted.
The full extent of the outbreak in China is yet to be seen, but the short-term impact has already manifested itself in Asia’s private real estate markets
Hotel transactions in Hong Kong increase despite a 66 percent drop in room occupancy rates amid political unrest in August.
The region's pension managers say they are focusing on demographics, demand shifts and tech trends - as reflected in some of their largest deals this year.
JLL Japan
The outcome of Blackstone Group’s bid for listed Japanese hotel operator Unizo Holdings has larger implications for foreign hostile takeovers in Japan. It could signal that Japan is finally changing its attitude toward public deals by international funds or that the country remains resistant to foreign ownership of its listed companies. Last week, the US […]
Benson Elliot and Schroders find that a hotel deal in the happiest place on earth is worth waiting for.
The private real estate investment giant said on its third quarter earnings call that its leaseback deal with the Las Vegas Bellagio hotel is part of its live entertainment investment theme.
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