Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific
January 1, 2015: Vol. 7, Number 1Buy For $195.00 Add to Cart
All eyes on India: Prime Minister Modi's rock-star appeal moves masses on the global stage
One might have to go back to the iconic anti-colonialist Mahatma Gandhi to recall an Indian leader who has garnered as much global attention as India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
On the rise: Global cities are shaping current and future trends in real estate investment
With an expected 1.1 billion new city dwellers in the world during the next 15 years, global cities are becoming the driving force behind their host economies in attracting capital and talent.
Back to reality: The financial crisis decimated the debt industry, giving rise to a series of opportunities, but the easy pickings may now be gone
The world of real estate finance has been turned on its head in the post–Lehman Bros era. That is particularly true in the debt space, where the banks that once dominated the field are conspicuous by their absence.
Just magic: Real estate investors can always do more with their data
While the term "big data" captures the imagination, it is poorly understood outside of the realm of data science and those instances where it exists. Real estate investors typically do not have big data but most certainly do have a data opportunity or “dark data".
Building for the future: There is much to look forward to, across the board
The past year has been one of tremendous growth for Institutional Real Estate, Inc. And, as has been stated in the “Physician heal thyself” mould, as a media company we’re not always the most proficient in putting forward our own message.
Study: Real estate improves DC plan outcomes
With real estate–rich defined benefit plans shrinking and real estate–poor defined contribution plans expanding rapidly, the real estate investment industry is feeling a sense of urgency to make deeper DC plan inroads.
Third quarter 2014 fundraising eclipses US$20b
Fundraisers had a hotter hand during third quarter than the second quarter — but not as hot as the first quarter. Such are the ups and downs of fundraising in 2014.
Asia Pacific property stocks continue rebound in November
In November 2014, both global and Asia Pacific real estate stocks built on October’s strong results, as the markets continued to respond positively to a combination of surprise policy easing/stimulus measures.