Despite the economic slowdown there is still a a lot of capital ready to be invested in real estate as international investors look to deploy money across borders. What are the prospects for global capital flows? Who is likely to be most active? Which parts of the world are likely to be more attractive for investors?
To what extent will the economic slowdown affect investors' appetite? How will geopolitical issues affect capital flows? Where is money likely to be coming from and what is it looking for? Will Asian institutions, insurance companies and sovereign wealth return to Europe? Family offices are also playing a bigger role in the market - what are they buying and where? Are US private equity giants still interested in Europe, even if they cannot get the returns they once did? What about 'new' investors from Israel, Brazil or Australia? What role are global investment managers playing in bringing investors in? Which are the preferred locations for investment? Will investors continue to target Europe's winning cities or will they venture to regional and secondary markets? What about sectors - will residential continue to be in demand? What about the question mark over offices? Which secondary markets are easy to access for international investors?
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