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A decline in the number of transacted deals in 2016 did not slow investments into the Asia Pacific. Experts discuss the issues
The digital boom is making retailers think long term, much to investors’ delight
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Institutional real estate investors need to embrace the new and unusual if their strategies are going to remain strong, heard attendees of MIPIM 2017
Considering ESG issues can address social issues and generate healthy returns, says Jun Sakumoto of Avanath Capital Management
Blockchain is the little-understood, much-studied technology of the modern investment world. And, while it may not be entirely ready to shine, plenty of players are planning their future architecture around it
Already the jewel in Italy’s fashion and design crown, Milan is a cut above in the country’s real estate sector, as experts reveal
How will interest rate hikes and Dodd-Frank affect commercial real estate in 2017? Mitch Paskover, president of Continental Partners, takes a look ahead
Following the bitterly fought US presidential election, a Trump slump is a possibility, but early indications suggest that ‘net-positive’ will be the overriding sentiment
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UBS Asset Management Global Real Estate has launched a new business initiative in Brazil, in partnership with Brazilian consultancy Real Estate Capital. Senior adviser Miose Politi explains
A member of the EU since 2007, Romania boasts a property market that has been on the up ever since. Liviu Tudor of the Romanian Association of Building Owners explains
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Alternative allocations are becoming mainstream for institutional investors, and Canadian companies are leading the pack, says Claire Johnson of CIBC Mellon
Amid cross-border restrictions and tightened belts, Luxembourg’s kingdom of real estate investment won’t be crumbling any time soon