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Spotlight - World Student Housing 2017-2018
22 November 2017

Records were broken once again in 2016, when global investment into Student Housing topped $16bn. Institutional investors, sovereign wealth and pension funds snapped up portfolios in a global search for scale and income producinginvestments in a low yield environment.

 

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Spotlight - World Student Housing 2017-2018

Spotlight - World Student Housing 2017-2018

22 November 2017

Records were broken once again in 2016, when global investment into Student Housing topped $16bn. Institutional investors, sovereign wealth and pension funds snapped up portfolios in a global search for scale and income producinginvestments in a low yield environment.

 
 
 
World Office Yield Spectrum 1H-2017

World Office Yield Spectrum 1H-2017

21 February 2017

With investment capital becoming more global in its search for returns and diversification, the need for a standardised set of indicators to make sense of opportunities, risk and return expectations has become critical.

 
 
 
12 Cities H2 2015

12 Cities H2 2015

11 November 2015

Occupying and investing in world city real estate

 
 
 
World and London LR

World and London LR

11 November 2015

An in-depth investigation into what makes London real estate so investable on the world stage

 
 
 
World Residential Markets

World Residential Markets

11 November 2015

Performance and Prospects | 2015 – 2016

 
 
 
World Office Yield Spectrum

World Office Yield Spectrum

03 November 2015

 

 
 
 
World Cities Report 2015 H1

World Cities Report 2015 H1

22 April 2015

Investing and occupying world city real estate

 
 
 

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