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Market anticipates release of €13 billion real estate assets by 2021

09 September 2019, Amsterdam – The INREV Funds Termination Study 2019 reveals that 50 European closed end non-listed real estate funds are scheduled to terminate by 2021, releasing a potential €13.2 billion of assets back into the market. By 2028, 97 funds are expected to have terminated, representing €23 billion of net asset value (NAV). Most terminations are likely to take place in 2020, accounting for a total of 23 funds. Those funds terminating in 2021 show the strongest 12-year...

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Gap between actual and target allocations to real estate narrows dramatically

Investors still set to hike commitments, in defiance of late cycle 10 January, London – Current average allocations to real estate increased to 10.0% from 8.9% in 2018, against an increase in target allocations from 10.2% to 10.4%, significantly narrowing the gap between the two for the first time, according to the global Investment Intentions Survey 2019, published today by INREV, ANREV and PREA. However, global institutional investors remain bullish about real estate indicating their intention to place a minimum...

Spezialfonds outperform German inflation despite a dip in German non-listed real estate vehicles in Q3

12 December 2018, Amsterdam – INREV’s German Vehicles Quarterly Index for Q3 2018 recorded a slowdown in performance of German vehicles. Overall returns fell to 0.74% compared to 1.06% the previous quarter, bringing the 12-month rolling return to 4.02%. The downturn was largely driven by slower capital growth at 0.37%, dropping off from 0.50% in Q2 and 1.01% in Q1 2018. Spezialfonds still robust The Spezialfonds sector has tripled in size over the past eight years and has persistently outperformed...

Real estate debt funds still a favoured source of capital

The 2018 INREV Debt Funds Universe report, reveals the continuing strength of real estate debt funds. The full Universe of 67 vehicles – eight more than last year – recorded a total target gross asset value of €33.0 billion – up from €30.2 billion in 2017. The Universe results reflect investors’ stated appetite for debt funds as highlighted in INREV’s Investment Intentions Survey 2018, which showed that 23.6% of investors planned to increase their allocations to debt funds. Though the increase in the number of debt funds in the Universe is relatively low at 11%, this is likely to increase. The Investment Intentions Survey suggests that interest is likely to come from US investors hunting for opportunities to gain greater exposure to European non-listed real estate.