Risk management (24.5 per cent), performance track record (22.4 per cent), competitive fees (21.3 per cent) and origination capability (20.5 per cent), are the features valued most by European institutional pension funds when considering long income property investment managers and strategies.
The number of new build UK homes started and completed in the last quarter of 2019 fell below government targets, according to new figures, and the industry says the coronavirus pandemic is set to have a further impact on the sector.
RLI Investors (RLI), a specialist investor in the German logistics real estate sector has succeeded in increasing its logistics property and fund assets under management by almost 24 per cent, passing the EUR1 billion mark in the process.
Institutional investors expect that so-called ‘green’ lease clauses will be universally implemented in the real estate industry before the end of this decade, according to new research detailed in the Savills Investment Management (Savills IM) Annual Sustainability Report 2019.
St Modwen has completed a deal to bring global water treatment and magnetic filtration manufacturer ADEY Innovation to St Modwen Park Gloucester.
Two UK retail property funds have become the latest coronavirus casualties with Columbia Threadneedle Investments temporarily suspending dealing in the Threadneedle UK Property Authorised Investment Fund (Threadneedle PAIF) and the Threadneedle UK Property Authorised Trust (Feeder Fund) from 12 noon on 18 March 2020.
Alltmore Commercial Property Fund offers access to investment in secondary office pavilions and business parks
The Alltmore Commercial Property Fund launches this week, offering institutional investors as well as high net worth and sophisticated individual investors, an opportunity to invest in high quality secondary office pavilions and business parks around Scotland, expanding UK-wide from next year.
Nearly two-in-three real estate professionals want greater connectivity between existing software systems
Nearly two-in-three (65 per cent) real estate professionals have cited Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) as the feature they would most like to see incorporated into the tech they use, ahead of security (29 per cent) and blockchain (15 per cent).