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Formerly niche, student and senior housing are suddenly topping many investors’ wish lists, says Kayne Anderson’s Al Rabil.
After a period of political and economic turbulence, not to mention real estate market paralysis, participants in PERE’s UK roundtable anticipate calmer waters ahead.
A confluence of positive drivers means there has never been a better time for European net lease investment, say Lodge Quai’s Thomas Reckers and David Leshnick.
Investors appear to be flocking back to net lease strategies as market dynamics drive robust opportunity in the field, explains Gordon Whiting of TPG Angelo Gordon.
Japan remains the top choice in Asia-Pacific, despite tight cap rates and rising interest rates.
The sector is getting used to higher interest rates and cap rates, but uncertainty remains.
Investors seek stability with net lease transaction types able to stand the test of time.
Illustration of a mall front and shopping retail units
In-store shopping was never really threatened by the rapid growth of e-commerce, and now the two are working in tandem with each other.
Default risk in the multifamily sector is growing, catching out some managers and their investors – while creating opportunities for others.
Focusing on debt and the undersupplied Australian residential market is supporting capital raising and returns, says Andrew Schwartz, group managing director, co-founder and chief investment officer at Qualitas.
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