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Predictions for 2020
The research notes flooding our inboxes during the first full work week of 2020 suggest niche investing, credit plays and operational improvements will be on the agenda in the year ahead.
Since 2018, Fund VI has deployed 40 percent of its capital over 14 investments across both traditional and alternative asset classes.
After being passed over initially, German investor BVK and partners snap up the building on the second attempt.
ODCE exit queue
Trumbull Property Fund’s massive exit queue makes it unique in the core fund space, but much can be learned from where investors go next.
Brazil
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
The coworking company is adjusting to new ownership under SoftBank, a decision some of its landlords support while others remain uninterested in WeWork all together.
At the recent CREFC conference, Patrick Nelson discussed the office space company's business model following its refinancing, its use of SPVs in leasing deals, and its relationships with landlords and lenders.
Hotel transactions in Hong Kong increase despite a 66 percent drop in room occupancy rates amid political unrest in August.
Major transactions in Europe and Asia-Pacific have helped push Allianz, AXA and Swiss Life to the top 10 of PERE’s GI 50.
The fund has received a €30m commitment from Willis Towers Watson’s secure income fund and intends to deploy €800m in the next five years.
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