SWFs and pension funds have continued to increase their real estate allocations and have led the charge in investment in new sub-sectors.
Geopolitical and economic changes are combining with structural shifts caused by technological disruption, changing leisure patterns and new market players to transform the global hotel industry.
Hong Kong’s residential and land markets are like balloons on the rise and despite being pulled back by the Hong Kong government’s regulatory tether, we are yet to see the top.
Public sector investors around the world are set to boost their exposures to real assets in the coming year, according to the latest Global Public Investor survey
As global political uncertainty continues to dominate headlines in 2017, the amount of capital seeking opportunities in real estate remains relatively unhindered as we hit the half year mark.