PropertyEU: Commercial real estate news | research | rankings | Europe
Italian investors set to beef up real estate allocations
Date: 28 September 2012
Category: Market Watch
Italian institutional investors are expected to increase their allocations to real estate from 6.9% to 7.6% over the next three years, according to a survey by INREV, the association for the non-listed real estate sector. This will lift the overall value of the Italian real estate allocation from EUR 38.5 bn to EUR 49.5 bn.
PropertyDay 1 October 2012
Prelios boardroom battle erupts as rescue talks begin
IPD fund indices show north-south divide
Italian investors set to beef up real estate allocations
Investors and occupiers boost focus on sustainability: C&W
Estavis acquires Berlin residential portfolio
Stam sells office property in Lyon
Pbb provides Pramerica with office refinancing in London
Saturn store and food court open at Boulevard Berlin
Retailer H&M expands to Lithuania
Savills appoints financial asset director in Madrid
More articles in this category (Market Watch)
Archive of newsletters