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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...

Over €20 billion of real estate assets set to hit the market by 2028

3 September 2018, Amsterdam – Ninety-two European closed end non-listed real estate funds are set to terminate over the next 10 years, releasing a potential €20.9 billion of assets back into the market, according to the INREV Funds Termination Study 2018 . Between 2018 and 2020, 44 funds with a combined AUM of €9.6 billion are due to close. The peak of activity is anticipated in 2022, when 22 funds could be wound up. Funds with a retail strategy outnumber...

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Share of capital raised doubled for funds of funds

18 July 2018, Amsterdam - Non-listed real estate funds of funds remain important vehicles offering investors significant diversification options according to the ANREV / INREV Funds of Funds study released today. The share of total capital raised in 2017 doubled for fund of funds. In total, €152.3 billion of fresh equity was raised for non-listed real estate, with €8.1 billion or 5.2% destined for fund of funds. This is a record level of new capital and a significant jump from...

Non-listed real estate industry targets first total global expense ratio

Industry seeks convergence of approach toward costs of real estate investments 26 June 2018, Amsterdam – INREV, ANREV, NCREIF and PREA have jointly developed a new total global expense ratio (TGER) – the first globally consistent measure for real estate investment vehicle fees and costs. The main aim of the proposed TGER is to help investors more easily assess and compare the fees and costs of individual vehicles. The TGER has been shared through a consultation paper circulated to the...

German non-listed real estate posts highest performance in a decade

INREV’s German Vehicles Annual Index 2018 recorded a ten-year high for non-listed real estate performance in Germany, with total returns of 4.29% over 2017, up from 2.68% the previous year. The results were largely due to a very strong performance in the first half of the year, driven especially by income returns of 4.34% over the year, which were the highest on record and significantly ahead of capital growth at 0.01%.

Deutsche, nicht börsennotierte Immobilienanlagevehikel erzielen beste Performance seit zehn Jahren

6 Juni 2018, Amsterdam – Der INREV German Vehicles Annual Index 2018, der die die Performance von in Deutschland domizilierenden nicht-nörsennotierten Immobilienanlageprodukten abbildet, verzeichnete mit einer Gesamtrendite von 4,29% im Jahre 2017 ein Rekordergebnis, das zudem deutlich über dem Vorjahresergebnis von 2,68% liegt. Die Ergebnisse sind im Wesentlichen auf eine sehr starke Performance in der ersten Jahreshälfte zurückzuführen, getrieben durch Ausschüttungs-Renditen in einer Rekordhöhe von 4,34% und einer Wertänderungsrendite von 0,01%. Spitzenplatz für Spezialfonds Die Performance von Spezialfonds übertraf erneut...