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Development viability has changed, but that may be good news for debt investors, says ICG Real Estate’s Jai Patel.
The housing affordability crisis is providing abundant opportunities for investors in the ‘essential housing’ sector, says Todd Williams, chief investment officer at Grubb Properties.
Local partnerships with the right people can make all the difference, say Ethan Leibowitz and Adam Peterson at JEN Partners.
Formerly niche, student and senior housing are suddenly topping many investors’ wish lists, says Kayne Anderson’s Al Rabil.
Demographics and aging stock support residential private lending across Europe, says Arrow Global’s Ellis Sher.
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The residential sector has gained maturity in Europe as it remains resilient despite regulatory and affordability concerns, says abrdn’s Marc Pamin.
The best opportunities are not the riskiest or priciest but those that require the most effort and hard work, says Thomas Stanchak with Stoneweg US.
After a period of political and economic turbulence, not to mention real estate market paralysis, participants in PERE’s UK roundtable anticipate calmer waters ahead.
A confluence of positive drivers means there has never been a better time for European net lease investment, say Lodge Quai’s Thomas Reckers and David Leshnick.
The sector’s consistent income and ‘sleep-well-at-night’ risk profile make it appealing to a wide pool of capital allocators, say USRA’s David Grazioli and Justin Arasin.
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