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Stephen Ross’s Trump controversy won’t hurt his firm’s fundraising

The Related Companies chairman can look to another ally of the US president as proof that politics has little bearing on capital raising success.
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Distressed debt’s appeal surges amid market uncertainty

Bain Capital is the latest manager to target non-performing real estate loans, a strategy that has been attractive to institutional investors.
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How damaging is the US-China trade war for real estate?

There has been a drop in Asian inbound and outbound capital flows, as well as noticeable tenant retrenchment in southern China cities, according to Colliers International’s latest research.
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Summer reads of the investor community

Looking for an icebreaker at your next investor meeting? Ask about one of these books.

How Brookfield is handling retail tenant bankruptcies

The global real estate manager said while tenant bankruptcies have resulted in a $150m loss since 2018, it has a plan to reposition its retail portfolio with more resilient tenants.
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Fund of firms: Who owns what?

With Blackstone’s stake in BC Partners the latest deal in an expanding market of GP stakes, PERE sister publication PEI looks at which firms have been on the acquisition trail.
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VIDEO: Hotelizing real estate through co-working

As corporate tenants demand flexible office space and amenities, the traditional office industry scrambles to adapt while also continuing to evaluate the risk of taking on a new business model.

How family offices are thinking about real estate

Given a family office’s access to long-dated capital, real estate investments seem like a good fit. But management fees continue to be an area of contention.

Why LPs are upping the ante on fee verification

A number of factors are pushing investors to seek outside help in sifting through their fees, expenses and carried interest payments.

Currency costs sour international investors on the US

The risk of currency volatility adds to already low yields, outweighing the rewards that some investors seek from the country.
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