Funds advised by Round Hill Capital have acquired a portfolio of residential property assets in city centre locations in the Netherlands through its new Dutch residential investment strategy.
Legal & General is to make all of its new housing stock operational net zero carbon enabled by 2030. This will be implemented in a phased approach across all homes invested in or built by Legal & General Group including: Build to Rent, Build to Sell, later living and affordable housing.
With debt-laden intu expected to go into administration following a further slide in its share price, a number of hedge fund short sellers are set to gain from the shopping centre operator’s woes…
Southbank Place, a joint London venture project by Qatari Diar and Canary Wharf Group, has reached a major milestone with the completion of prominent residential tower, 30 Casson Square.
With the easing of restrictions across the world, real estate occupier demand has been the first to begin to recover, according to Savills Global Market Sentiment Survey.
The first eco homes pioneered by eco MMC housebuilding specialist Etopia to be independently tested for energy efficiency have been officially rated as better than zero carbon.
Downsizing from a lease is currently the main driver of business demand for flexible office space in the UK, according to a survey by Workthere.
Altera has become the first Dutch institutional real estate investor to join the UN Global Compact, in line with the company’s commitment to socially responsible investment.
Adapting to change is challenging at the best of times, but when the pace of change accelerates, it can disorient even the savviest investors. Long accustomed to gauging opportunities in the context of cycles, real estate investors now face a series of bewildering structural changes that will fundamentally transform how they operate in the future.
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Demand by corporates to release capital from their real estate assets is increasing, according to JLL’s report Raising Capital from Corporate Real Estate.
Total global real estate assets under management (AUM) hit a record EUR3.2 trillion at the end of 2019, according to the Fund Manager Survey 2020, published today by ANREV, INREV and NCREIF.