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Covenant closes 9th US apartment fund with $395m – Exclusive

Targeting value-add investments throughout the southeastern US, the firm had its most successful round of fundraising to date.

VIDEO: Untapped investment strategies to get ahead in South Korea

Kyung W Paik from IGIS Asset Management gives his insights on finding value in the increasingly capital-crowded real estate market.

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.

Opportunity zone pioneers must account for uncertainty

Firms are scrambling to capitalize on the new investment opportunity, but the language and definitions in the legislation still need more clarity.

Allianz’s China ticket comes with perks

The German insurer’s cornerstone investment in KaiLong’s commingled fund includes benefits such as input on investments, lower fees, and co-investment possibilities, says Asia-Pacific RE head Rushabh Desai.

NPS, Korea Post back IGIS’s debut Korean value-add fund – Exclusive

IGIS Asset Management has reached a final close on the first ever discretionary commingled fund focused on value-add investments in South Korea.

Asian manager bets the house on a flexible occupier

Pamfleet has agreed to a single tenant lease for an 80,000 square-foot space in Hong Kong, highlighting the increased institutional support for the shared accommodation sector.

Capital controls drag on China

Limited demand from international investors for core assets in the country is partly down to the difficulty in expatriating exit proceeds, writes Stuart Jackson, chief executive of China-focused real estate investment manager InfraRed NF

Investor-sponsor risk appetite hits largest-ever divergence

As sponsors seek deals higher on the risk spectrum and investors look to the lower end, value-added investments notch record popularity, per new research from BrickVest.

Tristan prepares next European mega-raise

The London-based private equity real estate firm wants €1.5bn or more for its first opportunistic fund since becoming part-owned by New York Life.

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