Investor demand for hotel assets in Europe coincides with an evolving market of new brands and concepts, as Andreas Ewald explains
Investor demand and large reserves of committed capital are forcing European real estate debt fund managers to become innovative. Jennifer Bollen and Christopher O’Dea report
With the launch of LeadCrest and a large transaction by Income Realty, the European sale-and-leaseback market suddenly got busier. Rachel Fixsen reports
The case for pan-European residential strategies is building momentum. Jennifer Bollen reports
What is the difference between core funds in Europe and the US? About €150bn, wherein lies the opportunity, writes Richard Lowe
Is core US real estate a safe bet in 2019, or should investors steer clear? Christopher O’Dea and Richard Lowe report
There are opportunities in European logistics, despite slowing investment. But, writes Maha Khan Phillips, investors are divided on the impact of Brexit
A new manager has begun raising capital from Australian investors for its European core property fund. Florence Chong speaks to its CEO Tony McCormack
The streets of Paris have been beset with civil unrest, but investors still see a city investing in infrastructure and positioned to benefit from Brexit
INREV is preparing to launch its Asset Level Index. Henri Vuong explains why it is such an important development in increasing transparency for European real estate investors
After a disastrous year for UK retail, Mark Faithfull asks whether predictions of plunging shopping-centre valuations will finally materialise and reflect the upheaval in the sector
A decade after the financial crisis, Nikodem Szumilo and Thomas Wiegelmann explore how German real estate has correlated with other asset classes
Can continental Europe match the UK’s £25bn long-lease property fund market? A number of fund managers are betting on it
With the rise of big data, investors can begin to incorporate ‘soft factors’ into their analysis of retail investment locations, writes Marrit Laning
REITs are selling and foreign investors are buying. Why are major deals taking place when the outlook for London offices is so uncertain?
Blackstone, Carlyle and British Land have all bought into London’s co-working story. Jennifer Bollen asks, how much can the sector grow?
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Edmond de Rothschild appoints Kind to head real estate debt
UBS - AM REPM appoints Hollick’s to the newly created role of EMEA real estate CIO
Real estate group establishes three regional CIOs to work directly with investors
Pallesen joins HIG Capital to lead US infrastructure