Unable to find decent yields from other forms of assets, investors flocked to real estate, especially after the stock market crash in 2000. The result has been a Niagara of capital that has driven property prices upward and compressed yields to low levels.
When analysts contemplate the recent immense flows of financial capital into real estate, they usually think of the worldwide boom in housing prices. But an equally impressive flood of capital has been funneled into real estate investment trusts.
Drawing on the views of more than 100 investors Preqin Investor Outlook: Real Estate, H2 2015, provides a unique and in-depth look at the appetite, plans, expectations and concerns of institutional investors active in the real estate asset class....More
The stars appear to be lining up in favor of a bull run in the seniors housing sector. Exclusive results from a study conducted jointly by NREI and the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC) shows that respondents are optimistic on their outlook for the sector....More