Large investors are becoming international homeowners like never before. Florence Chong looks at a global allocation phenomenon
The growth of the UK PRS has been about income generation. But, asks Russell Handy, should investors be worried about capital values?
After years of institutional capital pouring into US multifamily, today’s savvy investors are moving beyond luxury apartments to class-B assets and workforce housing. Christopher O’Dea reports
Less than 10 years since the sub-prime crisis, investors have plenty of reasons to invest in US housing, says Christopher O’Dea
Global residential strategies are a reality. But investors should be aware of the diversity of housing in Europe, writes Marcus Cieleback
Cost leakage can have a large impact on returns, particularly in short-lease markets like the UK. John Danes explains
There is more to the UK than just London, as developments in Birmingham and Manchester go to prove
The factors that have discouraged investors from investing in housing still exist. So, asks Ed Stansfield, what is behind the build-to-rent surge?
There is no let up in demand for high-quality residential developments from global investors, says Russell Handy
The pace of growth prompted talk of a bubble. Andrew Schwartz explores whether Australian residential is too successful a story
Growing city clusters in China and populations in ASEAN countries will create investment opportunities, writes Geoffrey Wong
Before the Brexit vote, Dublin was in danger of oversupply. While the city should not expect tenants to pour in, there is reason for cheer, writes Russell Handy
The looming affordable housing crisis may create opportunities across the globe for institutional investors, writes Mario Lopez-Alcala
Shanghai has led China’s global financial ascent. Combining good planning and proud sophistication, the city is still evolving, writes Florence Chong
Is a large-scale institutional asset class finally going to emerge in the UK? Yes, because investors cannot afford to ignore the benefits, writes Rob Martin
Russell Handy reports on an institutional private-rented sector gaining momentum in cities and towns across the UK
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