Non-billionaire HNW investors are increasingly competing on large-scale commercial assets. : Not so long ago, the vision of high-net-worth (HNW) investors in commercial properties entailed doctors and lawyers passing the hat at the country club in an effort to buy an eight-unit apartment complex in town or the retail strip across the street from church. In recent years, however, this image has been washed away in a veritable flood of HNW capital propelled by increased sophistication and growing incentives. Billionaires have long been a fixture in this landscape.
U.S. and China are on the edge of a new trade deal, reports Reuters. The New York Times looks at the rise of WeWork. These are among today's must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
Duncan Owen, Head of Schroder Real Estate Investment Management Limited, Fund Manager of Schroder Real Estate Investment Trust and Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust sees demand for European commercial real estate underpinned by an increase in technology and professional service jobs. European commercial real estate markets have performed strongly. Prices in Europe's major cities have risen on average by 40-50% since 2013 (source RCA) and except in southern Europe, they are now 10-20% above their previous peak before the global financial crisis (GFC).
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Business tycoon Anil Ambani is planning to use a payment from his brother's company and the sale of real estate assets to pay what he owes to Sweden's Ericsson following a court ruling this week, a source familiar with the matter said.
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Charlotte, North Carolina-based Mount Vernon Partners, a real estate investment firm, has launched a $100 million real estate fund. MVP I will acquire and manage a portfolio of properties in and around the [...]
Investment banks and money managers are raising tens of billions of dollars for opportunity zone funds, reports The New York Times. Forbes looks at 14 things necessary for success in real estate development. These are among today's must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.