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Residential’s stability has late-cycle appeal

In the late stages of a long economic cycle, investors are becoming increasingly appreciative of the sector's recession-resistant qualities.

Staying ahead of the Brexit curveball

UK market participants tell Stuart Watson which strategies generate value in a private real estate market buffeted by political turbulence

UK roundtable: Staying ahead of the Brexit curveball

UK market participants tell Stuart Watson which strategies generate value in a private real estate market buffeted by political turbulence

Tricon Capital on meeting demand for US single and multifamily housing

Tricon Capital’s Gary Berman explains why his firm is pursuing a two-pronged strategy in the rental housing sector.

Nordic Roundtable: Cold comforts

Increasing volumes of international capital are seeking a warm welcome in the real estate markets of the chilly Nordics.

The cold comforts of investing in the Nordics

Increasing volumes of international capital are seeking a warm welcome in the real estate markets of the chilly Nordics.

Colony Capital on credit risks, equity returns

European real estate debt continues to present compelling opportunities for high risk-adjusted returns, argue Colony Capital’s Kevin Traenkle and Nadra Moussalem. Stuart Watson reports

Venn Partners on going where the banks will not venture

Traditional lenders’ focus on financing core assets leaves room for alternative lenders to finance value-add properties says Venn Partners’ Paul House.

Brunswick on playing the long game in Swedish real estate debt

Swedish banks’ short-term focus has created an opportunity for alternative lenders backed by more patient capital, says Brunswick Real Estate CEO (debt) Pontus Sundin.
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