Institutional Real Estate FundTracker
March 2015Buy For $500.00 Add to Cart
Looking back: an analysis of fundraising activity and trends in North America, Europe and Asia over the past three years
Over the past few years, post-Global Financial Crisis, we have seen the fundraising environment slowly improve along with the U.S. economy and property markets. The real estate asset class, with its stable income and relatively high yield, has grown in popularity and is attracting greater capital flows from investors around the globe. We don’t know what exactly is in store for 2015 and beyond, but we can take a look back and see what led us to this point.
Latin America loses its lustre: long-term investors remain, but others looking elsewhere
Just a few years ago, Latin America — especially Brazil and Mexico — seemed to be on everyone’s radar. A growing middle class, improving GDP and a lack of modern residential assets and commercial buildings made it an attractive region for those looking for higher returns.
Hilton sells Sydney hotel to Chinese company
Hilton Worldwide is under contract to sell its hotel in Sydney for A$450 million ($353.1 million).