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Issue : May/June 2019 (Magazine)

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  • Elwin de Groot

    IPE RE Awards: Central banks lack tools for recession, as housing slows

    News Fri, 17 May 2019

    Outlook is more challenging for property investors, IPE RA Conference hears

  • richard lowe

    The runaway success of residential

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    The latest figures from the UN put the world’s population at 7.7bn. This is expected to increase by a further 2bn by 2050 before reaching 11bn by the end of the century. Retail property might be suffering the effects of modern (online) shopping habits, but demand for housing is only going to get stronger.

  • Norway’s oil fund changes course

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    Norges Bank is moderating its real estate ambitions while opening up to unlisted renewables. Rachel Fixsen explores what is happening at the sovereign wealth fund

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    Flash sale for Australian shopping-centre funds?

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    Redemption requests are building among Australia’s retail-focused property funds. Florence Chong looks at how the situation might play out

  • Melville Rodrigues: A new UK fund structure, please

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    The real estate industry should urge the government to enhance the UK’s competitiveness as a fund domicile in a post-referendum world, argues Melville Rodrigues

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    Global housing: Going up, and up

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    A global housing affordability crisis is deepening, as costs rise and luxury units dominate development activity. Christopher O’Dea reports

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    Housing: The squeezed middle

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    There is growing shortage of affordable housing for America’s working middle class, writes Christopher O’Dea

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    Housing: The return of the prefabs

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    Post-war modular housing fell out of favour, but in today’s residential markets investors are again looking at prefabrication. Christopher O’Dea

  • Todd Henderson

    US multifamily: Build it and they will still come?

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

     Multifamily developers and institutional investors continue to build more stock and new renters duly arrive. But, asks Christopher O’Dea, for how long? 

  • Co-Living: A problem shared

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    Increasingly unaffordable housing has boosted demand for co-living. Christopher O’Dea

  • The Cherry Park Partnership will deliver 1,200 homes in Stratford, London

    UK housing: What crisis?

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    Stagnant house prices and an increasingly drawn-out Brexit have cast doubt on the housing sector in the UK. But the private-rented sector continues to attract investors, reports Jennifer Bollen

  • UK/Ireland housing: Two plans, shared values

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    There are some striking commonalities between how the Irish and UK governments are supporting institutional investment in housing. Stephen Ryan explores 

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    Europe: Cross-border homes

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

     The case for pan-European residential strategies is building momentum. Jennifer Bollen reports

  • China housing: Market makers

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    The Chinese government is keen to develop a private-rented housing sector, and institutional investors are more than willing to help. Florence Chong reports

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    Warburg Pincus: China's first-time buyer

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    Warburg Pincus has led the charge into Chinese real estate. Florence Chong charts its expansion

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    London: Too big to fail?

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    In the years running up to the Brexit vote, London boomed. Can the UK capital continue to prosper in the face of so much uncertainty? Razak Musah Baba reports

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    A sigh of relief from office landlords

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    The UK High Court has ruled that Brexit did not frustrate the European Medicines Agency’s lease with the Canary Wharf Group.

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    Capital tops office ranking

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    The city’s commercial real estate market is expected to grow strongly post-Brexit. Richard Lowe

  • Top 100 Real Estate Investors 2019

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    IPE Real Assets’ top 100 ranking of some of the world’s largest real estate investors has captured more than $1.34trn (€1.20trn) in real estate assets held by pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and other institutional capital owners.

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    Value Add: Market makers, not risk takers

    Magazine Wed, 1 May 2019

    Why are investors seemingly taking on more risk at the top of the market? Because with value-add strategies they can take control of the risks, writes Christopher O’Dea

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