The Global Real Estate Fund Index (GREFI) is jointly produced by INREV, ANREV and NCREIF and measures the performance of non-listed real estate vehicles on a global scale.
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The GREFI is an index showing the performance of non-listed real estate funds on a global scale. The GREFI is updated on a quarterly basis and is published 12 weeks following the quarter end.
The aims of the GREFI are to improve transparency of real estate as an asset class and to help our members make better informed investment decisions. As an industry, it is vital that we work towards being able to make robust global and intra-regional comparisons.
This initiative represents the integration of three member-driven non-profit organisations to meet the data collection and information needs of their expanding global activities, and to serve as the basis for further collaboration in the future.
The IRR Index measures the since inception internal rate of return performance of European closed end non-listed real estate vehicles. Performance is measured net of fees and costs, and is computed on both a pooled return basis and an equally weighted basis.
In deciding how to invest, a fundamental choice is whether to use a range of specialist funds or to rely on others to make decisions about which country or which sector to invest in. This study helps inform this decision by exploring the differences in investment performance between specialist funds and multi country or multi sector funds.
This paper concentrates on the creation of liquidity in open end fund structures, by describing best case scenarios where investors and fund managers can go on to further successful investments in follow-on or new funds.
INREV’s new study explores the relationship between Spezialfonds and German inflation and investigates whether Spezialfonds may provide a hedge against domestic inflation.
INREV releases a quarterly overview of the key characteristics of all non-listed real estate vehicles in Europe. The data is taken from INREV's vehicles database.