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Foreign firms well versed in Brazil's real estate market are starting to deploy capital again, but others continue to remain skeptical of the country's volatile economy
Grosvenor student housing Brazil VBI
Partnership with VBI Real Estate also marks UK-based company’s second foray into student housing.
Private real estate’s champion has figured out a way to operate in a country facing an economic malaise with few scalable deals.
chasing risk peak
A key concern for institutional investors in 2019 is abundant capital in real estate driving down returns and adding more risk, according to the global placement advisory firm Probitas Partners.
Last year saw a record $1.75trn in real estate investment, reports global brokerage Cushman and Wakefield. The firm predicts appetite for the asset class will remain strong in 2019.
Eric Duchon, Sophie Carruth, Tom Miller and Yelena Diggs identify specific regional nuances in sustainability efforts and explain how LaSalle Investment Management is develops its approach accordingly
Sustainability is as much a part of the investment mandate for developing markets as it is for the more mature economies, but the type and extent of ESG policies may differ. By Arshiya Khullar
The real estate firm plans to makes its first investment in the asset class within nine months, targeting assets in Brazil as the country emerges from recession.
Managers are tailoring more residential projects to Latin America’s millennials and Generation Z. But with that comes the risks of investing in emerging strategies.
The private equity firm’s president tells PERE why it has reentered a market that doesn’t appear on the approved countries list of many institutional investors.
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