The magazine of the european non-listed real estate industry
Coming of Age
The rapid growth of the non-listed real estate industry in the first decade of the new millennium opened the opportunity to a wider range of markets, products, and investors. This evolution of the industry is detailed in INREV’s recent publication ‘Coming of age: the rebirth and renewal of the non-listed real estate industry’. Read more
Expectations for the future
INREV kicked off the year with its annual Investment Intentions Roadshow, presenting the global results from the Investment Intentions Survey with a local focus, a forward-looking view on investment allocations and trends for the non-listed industry. The events took place across London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Helsinki in January and were collectively attended by over 400 INREV members. Read more
Life in the market yet
For all the talk of real estate markets around the world reaching the latter stages of their cycles, investors’ enthusiasm for the asset class shows little sign of tailing off any time soon. The Investment Intentions Survey 2020 points to continuing rises in allocations to real estate globally, with European non-listed vehicles looking set to benefit in the years to come. Read more
A new lens on the universe
It is widely recognised that institutional investors’ real estate allocations have been rising across Europe over the last 20 years. Read more
Coming of age
The global financial crisis (GFC) was a very a sobering experience for many industry players but new research from INREV shows that more than a decade on, its legacy has been a positive one. Read more
The towering influence of long-term demographics
Long-term demographics will be one of the key challenges for the developed world over the coming decades, and their impact is already visible in our societies and economies. Read more
Giving flex offices due credit
Flex operators don't just provide space but also liquidity, which comes with its own risks and benefits. Read more
Is the past a good guide to the future?
Those seeking to trade on former glories may appear to be living in the past. So is there any point in looking at performance track records? Read more
What’s your vintage?
Having grown up in the Baltic States, where beer is the dominant brew, I’ve come to appreciate wine rather late in the day. It was during my gap year in the US that I discovered the intricacies of wine tasting, and though still partial to the occasional pint of lager, each passing year finds me relishing wine more and more. Read more
The beauty parade: which European cities will gain the most from Brexit?
It is much too early to predict the consequences of Brexit for London’s economy and employment. Of course, this will largely depend on what type of Brexit (hard, soft, medium...) takes place, and what these broad descriptions mean in detail. Read more