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In the event of an emergency, leave your real estate alone

Approximately $1.25trn was wiped from the value of US stocks on Monday alone, but way more damage would need to be inflicted before investors will be adjusting their bricks and mortar exposures.

LOOK AHEAD 2018: Middle Eastern hearts still trump minds when London is concerned

Whether its rejecting New York because of Trump or favouring London despite Brexit, Middle Eastern high net worth individuals and family offices will consider factors beyond property fundamentals when considering investments, writes Faisal Durrani, partner and head of research at London-based real estate property services firm Cluttons.

Saudi Arabia’s real estate offering to the world

As Blackstone and BlackRock reportedly bet on the country’s ambitious economic revival plan by opening offices in the kingdom, the real estate proposition right now is characterised by REIT regimes and ‘smart’ cities.

ADIA calls on its deputies

As its investment activities slow, the real estate and infrastructure department of sovereign wealth fund ADIA is taking the opportunity to address some key personnel situations. 

Is the QIA MIA?

The diplomatic assault on Qatar by its Gulf neighbors has left executives in the private real estate market wondering what it means for the country’s sovereign wealth fund.

Hungerford Properties raises C$210.9m

The Canadian investment manager closes second fund above target.

Hodes Weill completes EMEA rebuild with hire

Following two key departures in March, the capital advisory boutique is now back to full strength, according to partner Will Rowson. 

Intus Capital raises $120m

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Willis Towers: RE assets reached $1.4trn globally in 2016

Property accounted for the largest percentage of assets held by the world’s 100 largest alternative asset managers.

ADIA’s real estate investment pace slows

In its annual report, the preeminent sovereign wealth fund of the United Arab Emirates said it was focused on selling assets and refinancings as attractive global real estate opportunities become harder to source.