Duff & Phelps, a provider of governance, risk and transparency solutions, has published a survey revealing that nearly four in 10 investors (39 per cent) expect commercial real estate assets to fall between 5-10 per cent in value in 2020, whilst nearly a third (31 per cent) predict a fall of 10 per cent or more as a result of the pandemic.
Private equity real estate investment manager Meyer Bergman has completed the sale of Montblanc House, Hamburg to Values Real Estate, formerly DC Values, for an undisclosed sum.
In response to the devastating explosion in the Port of Beirut in August, Miller Homes has partnered with Habitat for Humanity Great Britain to help rebuild the Lebanese capital.
Real estate investor and manager Cromwell Property Group (Cromwell) has acquired a 1,500 sq m office building located at 7 rue de la Baume in the 8th arrondissement of Paris on behalf of a foreign investor. Acquired off-market, the asset is fully let with a nine-year firm lease.
Purchase prices per square meter for residential real estate in major German cities have almost doubled since 2012.
CBRE Global Investors, on behalf of a separate account client, has sold the Antares office building in Paris to an institutional client of DTZ Investors.
Overseas and domestic students have returned to the Central London lettings market in force this September, according to estate agent Dexters, despite Covid-19 challenges.
Bedford Row Capital (BRC) has issued a USD50 million, three year sukuk to finance the expansion of P1 Capital Ltd, (P1) a UK boutique asset-management group focusing on asset backed investments in the UK property sector.
An affiliate of HIG Capital (HIG), a global alternative investment firm with USD40 billion of equity capital under management, has recently completed the acquisition, through a series of transactions, of 272 for-rent residential units totalling approximately 17,000 s qm located within Dublin.
Many happy returns? There's no 'one-size-fits-all' solution to getting employees back into the office, says Lee Baron's Carl Whayman
By Carl Whayman, Chief Executive, Lee Baron – The debate about getting people back into the office continues apace. However, the messaging on both sides seems to me to be rather simplistic and the voices of employers and employees who have been successfully working remotely over the last six months are not adequately represented within the political debate.