INREV works with leading universities to research non-listed real estate in depth, via research grants and use of INREV data.
Explores the aspirations for investment into the real estate sector over the following two years with a focus on non-listed real estate funds.
Insights by region, product type, investment strategy, and a historical comparison based on previous studies.
Outlines total real estate assets under management (AUM) of all real estate fund management companies, providing greater insights into regional composition and vehicle types.
Analyses the fees and terms structures and rates of non-listed real estate funds in Europe, Asia Pacific and the US.
Examines the preferred termination options and associated issues among European closed end non-listed real estate funds.
In addition to our annual studies, INREV publishes ad-hoc research on key issues in the European non-listed real estate industry such as Liquidity.
The Nick Tyrrell Research Prize was established in 2011 by INREV, the IPF and SPR, to acknowledge innovative and high quality, applied research in real estate investment.
3 December 2019, Amsterdam – New research reveals a divergence of non-listed real estate total expense ratios (TER) between Asia Pacific and Europe. According to the INREV / ANREV Management Fees and Terms Comparison Study 2019, the average TER for non-listed real estate funds in Asia Pacific is 1.04% on a gross asset value basis (GAV) before performance fees, compared to 0.86% in Europe. The disparity also exists when TER is calculated on a net asset value (NAV) basis.