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Issue : March/April 2017 (Magazine)

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  • Technology: The big disrupter

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Real estate investment  is as traditional as they come, and technological innovation is wreaking havoc

  • Guest Viewpoint: Melanie Leech, British Property Federation

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    The UK property industry will travel to Cannes, as it does every year. But with Brexit imminent, says Melanie Leech, MIPIM in 2017 will be more important than ever

  • Investor Forum: Performance enhancement

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    The way in which real estate portfolios are measured is evolving as the sector matures. Rachel Fixsen talks to six investors

  • US: The great core rotation

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Pension funds are beginning to pull capital out of core funds as return expectations diminish. But where, asks Christopher O’Dea, are they redeploying it?

  • UK: LGPS pooling takes shape

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    As the pooling of the UK’s 91 local authority pension funds picks up pace, the ramifications for real estate are becoming clearer. Rachel Fixsen reports

  • Investor Interview: Alecta

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Last year, Alecta decided to sell all of its direct overseas real estate. Rachel Fixsen talks to Frans Heijbel about the rationale behind the move – and reinvesting the proceeds

  • the power of crowds

    Technology: The power of crowdfunding

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Real estate crowdfunding has existed for only five years. Will it remain a niche activity, or is it going to affect markets? Maha Khan Phillips reports

  • Fund Management: Under the glare

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    The rise of fintech and blockchain will shine a light on real estate manager competence, writes Jos Short

  • follow the traffic

    Logistics Asia-Pacific: Follow the traffic

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    E-commerce is taking off in Asia, and a number of groups have spotted a huge opportunity in logistics. Florence Chong reports

  • Logistics US: Spending power

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Online retail is boosting logistics markets in the US. But the real driver of growth is consumer spending, as Christopher O’Dea finds

  • Logistics Europe: Built to withstand

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Positive fundamentals in logistics will outweigh the potential negative effects of Brexit, write Vanessa Muscara, Sean Rymell and Alex Lund

  • logistics capital partners site in italy will accommodate a 100000sqm amazon fulfilment centre as shown in this artists impression

    Logistics Europe: Europe sheds concerns over Brexit effects

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    The retailing and automotive sectors are supporting the growth of warehousing across Europe. Russell Handy reports

  • german car manufacturing most of the european logistics market serves traditional industries

    Logistics Online: Not everything is online

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Online retail is a dynamic driving force, but it represents only one-quarter of Europe’s logistics market, says Barbara Knoflach

  • Investors should avoid transport infrastructure amid euro-zone 'dip' fears

    Transport infrastructure: Structure your journey

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Investors like the long-term income of infrastructure, but the journey can vary depending on the type of asset, writes Rachel Fixsen 

  • Transport infrastructure: A bumpy ride?

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Uncertainties lie around the corner for road and rail infrastructure in the US. Christopher O’Dea reports

  • Transport infrastructure: Making the connection

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Ground freight, transportation, highways and roads represent 25% of the global listed infrastructure market. Fraser Hughes reports

  • swedish occupational pension scheme alecta has bought properties in the newly developed nacka strand

    City Focus Stockholm: Fully stocked

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    One of the fastest population growth rates in Europe has city administrators and investors scratching their heads, writes Russell Handy

  • will the white houses new incumbent have a positive effect on the local property market

    City Focus Washington DC: Capitol appreciation

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    A new government normally gives DC real estate a boost. Christopher O’Dea asks if it will be different this time

  • government regulation is making the real estate market more attractive

    City Focus Delhi: Indian mirror

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Delhi offers a microcosm of the wider Indian real estate market. Namgyal Tsering reports on the positive effects of government policy

  • lack of supply has made nairobis office market one of the most expensive in the world

    African real estate: Sub-Saharan surge

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    Demographics and economics point to opportunities in sub-Saharan Africa. But the region is not without challenges

  • Alternatives: Leisure - Going out in town

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    People in the UK are spending less of their leisure time out of town and more in town, in this buoyant but evolving market, writes Eleanor Jukes

  • Alternatives Self-Storage: Opportunity locks

    Magazine Mon, 6 Mar 2017

    The nascent UK sector leads the way in Europe, with listed companies including Big Yellow performing well, writes Russell Handy

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