The latest of the European non-listed real estate industry
Times that shook the industry to its core
A lot happens in 20 years and the European non-listed real estate industry has borne its fair share of turmoil. Iryna Pylypchuk, INREV’s Director of Research and Market Information, shared her thoughts on the industry’s resilience with IQ. Read more
The first article in a series of ‘Lessons Learned’ to help industry players understand how the non-listed real estate investment asset class has developed and how you can learn from past lessons to guide better informed decisions in the future. Read more
Non-listed real estate
Over the last two decades real estate has played an increasingly important role in the portfolios of institutional investors. From attractive risk-adjusted performance to diversification potential in a multi-asset portfolio, its desirable investment attributes have only increased as the asset class has grown. Read more
Data driven investments
INREV has recently published a paper introducing data-driven investment, the first of three that will be written on the topic. But, what does data-driven investment mean in practice?
Does European property offer inflation protection?
The war in Ukraine and the resulting energy crisis has brought a higher interest rate and inflation environment back to Europe. With high inflation seemingly a historical phenomenon, many of the younger market participants are experiencing and learning how to adjust their decisions in a high inflationary environment for the very first time.
Storm clouds gathering? Inflation and high-interest rates
Paul Kennedy, Managing Director, Portfolio Manager, Global Alternatives, J.P. Morgan Asset management discussed the outlook for inflation, interest rates and what does it mean for main asset classes at the INREV Autumn conference in Marseille.
Sentiment towards German real estate turns negative
The latest June edition of the INREV’s Market Insights publication confirms the turnaround in investment sentiment that started to come through in March this year, and Germany’s position stands out more negatively than most other geographies. Read more
All aboard for the ESG data challenge
With ESG centre stage at this year’s Annual Conference, the Research and Performance Measurement Open House Breakout session zeroed in on INREV’s exciting new pilot project aimed at solving the ESG data challenge. IQ was in the room.
Delegates listened with rapt attention to Iryna Pylypchuk and Connor van Leeuwen explain how INREV’s Asset Level sustainability KPI data collection project was progressing.
Country specialist funds outperform
Economics says that specialisation leads to greater efficiency and effectiveness for a firm or enterprise. For real estate funds in particular, those that specialise in single markets should have a better chance of picking bargains when buying assets, and their specialist knowledge should also give them operational advantages, including a better understanding of tenant requirements, as well as management efficiencies and reduced costs. Read more
European Real Estate Debt Markets Set To Move Up A Gear
Over the past decade, the INREV, ANREV, PREA Investment Intentions Survey has shown consistent and growing appetite for exposure to real estate debt strategies from investors. This has led to a wave of activity and investment from non-traditional lenders including insurance and pension companies, and debt funds. Read more