European Investors in the magazine – Page 4

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    Northern star still bright?

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    Property investors have treated the Nordics as a safe haven, but the region offers a range of opportunities and risks, says Kiran Raichura

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    Time for paella and pizza?

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    Is it time for investors to give Spain and Italy serious consideration? Caroline Molette and Carol Hodgson investigate

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    Investors scour Dublin

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    The real estate market in Ireland is back on the radar for investors. Lynn Strongin Dodds looks at its prospects

  • Small fish in a big pond
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    Small fish in a big pond

    July 2013 (Magazine)

    Despite the ability to raise public capital, REITs have yet to dominate European real estate. Robert Stassen reports

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    Grow in size, specialise

    July 2013 (Magazine)

    Established six years ago, the UK REIT sector is still emerging. Specialist players, including housing REITs, could shape its development, writes Liz Peace

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    Better late than never

    July 2013 (Magazine)

    It may take some time before the first is launched, but Ireland is finally getting its hard-won REIT regime. Enda Faughnan reports

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    REITs of Spring?

    July 2013 (Magazine)

    The government’s reform of the REIT regime is a work in progress, but the US experience provides encouraging signs for its future, writes Rosalind Rowe

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    G-REIT and small

    July 2013 (Magazine)

    There was a spate of IPOs in the residential market this year, but Germany’s underdeveloped REIT market was unable to participate. Helge Dammann reports

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    Global pathways

    July 2013 (Magazine)

    The listed market is an obvious route for investors wanting exposure to global emerging markets. Lynn Strongin Dodds highlights some important considerations

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    Borders open up

    May 2013 (Magazine)

    Renewed cross-border activity in 2012 has highlighted a number of growing trends in Europe. Marcus Lemli explains

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    Secondary debate builds

    May 2013 (Magazine)

    Is a secondary market investment strategy a no-brainer in the UK given the yield spread over prime? Lynn Strongin Dodds explores

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    Market viewpoint: Ireland

    May 2013 (Magazine)

    Donal O’Neill assesses Ireland’s renewed appeal

  • PIIGS frontrunner
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    PIIGS frontrunner

    May 2013 (Magazine)

    Dublin is back on the map for global opportunistic investors. Michele McGarry explains the resurgence of activity

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    Room in the safe haven?

    May 2013 (Magazine)

    Real estate in Germany is attracting more international investment than ever before. Barbara Ottawa looks at the implications

  • In need of a renaissance
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    In need of a renaissance

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Should Italy be a no-go area for cross-border investors or are there opportunities? Shayla Walmsley investigates

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    Bridging the price gap

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    A large-scale offloading of distressed assets can only take place once the price gap is bridged, writes Ari Danielsson

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    Mind the refinancing gap

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    The pace at which banks have been deleveraging has been fast, but will it be maintained? Bart Gysens and Francesca Tondi explore the implications

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    Symptoms of withdrawal

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Banks are withdrawing from European lending and only the core markets continue to attract interest from new and traditional players. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports

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    Follow the light

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Despite all the gloom, there are some pockets of opportunity for European real estate developers seeking financing, writes Matthew Cutts

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    Safety comes first

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Despite some high-profile departures, Germany’s debt markets are relatively well served – but only in the core market, writes Jörg Schürmann