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Investment Intentions Survey

The Investment Intentions Survey explores the aspirations for investment into the real estate sector over the following two years with a focus on non-listed real estate funds. Since 2012 the survey has had a global outreach as a joint research project between ANREV, INREV and PREA.

The results are based on an online survey that is carried out each September to November. Respondents include members of each of the industry associations as well as other market participants that are active in the real estate sector.

Publications

Investment Intentions Survey 2021  

Published on 13 Jan 2021

Investment Intentions Survey 2019  

Published on 14 Jan 2019

Investment Intentions Survey 2017  

Published on 17 Jan 2017

This webinar provides insights into what’s on the industry’s minds for the coming 12 months as Henri Vuong, Director of Research and Market information INREV, Maurizio Grilli, Head of Investment Management Analysis and Strategy at BNP Paribas Real Estate, and Marcus Cieleback, Head of Research, Patrizia Immobilien discuss the results of INREV’s Investment Intentions Survey 2017.

The panel comments on topics such as investors’ changing real estate allocations, which non-listed real estate vehicles they intend to invest in and how fund managers will respond to that demand.  The speakers will also discuss which European markets will be most attractive in 2017 and examine the preferences of investors from around the globe by style, structure, region and sector.

If you had not the chance to attend the live Investment Intentions roadshow this is your chance to catch up with the latest industry trends.

Investment Intentions Survey 2014  

Published on 17 Nov 2014

This webinar provides an insight into what’s on the industry’s minds for the coming 12 months as Casper Hesp, Director of Research and Market information INREV, discusses the results of INREV’s Investment Intentions Survey 2014.

The webinar discusses topics such as changing real estate allocations by investors, which non-listed vehicles investors will be considering and how fund managers will respond to that demand. It also examines the preferences of investors from around the globe by style, region and sector as well as which European markets will be most attractive for investors.