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Greystar fund gets boost from demand for value-add RE

The Charleston-based real estate investment manager nearly hit its $1.5bn target at first close for Greystar Equity Partners X, the second-largest in market focused on the strategy.

Asia leads the way for $1.8trn global CRE market

Asian buyers accounted for 45% of all cross-border real estate investment in the 12 months ending June 2018, according to data published by Cushman & Wakefield.

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.

FCA study: PE takes shock hit on fee reporting

The regulator’s final report on the asset management industry will increase the regulatory burden on private equity firms, writes PERE's sister publication Private Funds Management.

PGIM: ‘Returns likely to be much lower’

The Madison, New Jersey-based real estate investment manager has seen a noticeable decline in the percentage of global property markets where yields continue to compress.

Oxford’s Hutcheson: ‘We can make money in any cycle’

The Canadian pension plan had been a ‘reluctant seller’ of the Cheesegrater building post-Brexit vote, but ultimately made more than £1bn in profit.

PERE LA: Dissecting Trump’s impact on real estate

Industry executives are scrutinizing the new administration’s policies in key areas like border taxes and government-sponsored enterprises.

PGIM’s Adler ‘worried’ about deregulation

While loosening regulation is expected to boost real estate demand, it could also potentially compromise the overall health of the property market, according to the firm’s head of real estate.

CalPERS’ RE portfolio underperformed in 2016

The $308.4bn pension plan also committed only $1.6bn during the first half of its current fiscal year, less than half of an approved $4.7bn allocation for the 12-month period.

Cushman’s Harmon: Partial-interest sales driving big deals

Such transactions accounted for 60 percent of billion-dollar sales in Manhattan in 2016, compared with 42 percent in 2015.

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