The Euromoney Real Estate Survey 2019 is our 15th annual survey of the global real estate markets and canvasses the opinions of the leading firms involved in the real estate sector worldwide.
OUE real-estate investment trust (Reit) merger follows Viva-ESR; hope is to create better liquidity in stocks.
India’s first real estate investment trust is being fast-tracked to IPO before the end of February. Bankers expect the primary offering to raise more than $1 billion, giving a much-needed fillip to the country’s capital markets.
After a few years of underperformance, India’s property market is back on form. Prices are rising in commercial and residential real estate, with demand driven in large part by inward investment from blue-chip US corporates. The next big step is listed onshore real estate investment trusts, set to hit the market in 2019.
Thirty-year mortgages on houses in cyclone, wildfire, flood and drought zones? Systemic risk is building.
Banks and non-banks are battling for market share in a property market that finally seems to be slowing down in the face of multiple headwinds.
Private real estate debt is growing, as is the range of approaches that funds are taking to this asset class.
As we drift towards the end of the year, conferences seem to be full of panels on asset allocation for the 12 months ahead: sometimes a bold investor will go so far as to say what they invest in themselves; sometimes that’s a surprise.
The Sultan of Johor stresses he needs to earn a living just like his fellow countrymen. His investments, often alongside those of billionaire Vincent Tan, span telecoms, supermarket chains and property. But will the ambitious developments he’s backed in his home state prove a royal flush or a real estate bust?
As jitters about the future of high-street retail in the US and beyond prompt property investors to pare their exposure to the sector, Brookfield Property Group, one of the world’s largest, is busy ramping up.
Investment in logistics assets is on the up, while interest in retail properties seems to be on the slide, dragged down by the sense that they are the past, not the future. But bricks and mortar may yet have some bounce in it.
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Euromoney magazine has released the results of the 2017 Real Estate Survey.
UK councils are investing in commercial real estate in an attempt to plug their budget gaps, driven by cheap borrowing from central government. It could spell trouble for the sector.
UK commercial real estate’s post-Brexit shock has proved short-lived, and high-profile gating of investors in a number of UK real estate funds did not precipitate a flood of copy-cat behaviour. But the long-term outlook for investors and lenders in UK real estate remains extremely uncertain.
CBRE remains top for advisers, Blackstone takes the lead for investment managers and Goldman Sachs is number one in the banks category
Lehman Brothers and Goldman Sachs have executed what is thought to be the first long-dated Asian property derivative option.