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PGIM’s Adler: Global markets becoming 'decorrelated'

Despite the uptick in cross-border capital flows in global real estate, the world’s property markets are becoming less, not more, linked to each other, the executive said.

BNY Mellon: Institutional investors to increase RE allocations

But the asset class is most likely to see a reduction among the minority of investors planning to decrease their allocations to alternatives.

Survey: Largest RE managers to get even bigger

Taken together, the top ten fund managers were responsible for around 40 percent of the total AUM in real estate, as the trend towards consolidation continues, according to research from three global industry trade bodies.

UBS AM adds sixth hire to research team

Former Cushman & Wakefield global head of forecasting Fergus Hicks is UBS AM’s sixth addition in the last 18 months and provides further evidence of the firm’s intention to continue its research-led investment approach. 

JLL: partial-interest transactions are on the rise

Despite FIRPTA reform, the Chicago-based property services firm predicts that the deal structures will be more popular than ever this year.

CBRE: $1tr to be invested in global RE

The global investment manager predicts a 6 percent uptick in capital flows this year compared with 2015.

MIPIM 2016: Aging population to spur RE activity

JLL predicts real estate transactions will increase to $1 trillion by 2020, driven by more people saving for retirement.

MIPIM 2016: a correction ‘could be in the offing’

A combination of high pricing and low yields could spell a substantial devaluation for core property investments in Europe, according to a new Colliers report.

MIPIM 2016: CRE trading to reach $1.34tn

Despite a decline last year, global real estate trading will increase 4 percent in 2016, according to a new Cushman & Wakefield report.

CBRE: $25.5bn of Asia exits in 2015 – exclusive

Private real estate investment managers sold 310 assets in the region last year with Japan accounting for 51 percent of the total assets sold via funds.  

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