If a soft landing continues to play out in 2023, then transactional liquidity could return sooner than expected—possibly circumventing a substantial property price correction. The Barings Real Estate team discusses.
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The year ahead likely marks the trough in the property cycle, which will have implications for investment outperformance for years to come. The Barings Real Estate team discusses.
In this roundtable discussion, our experts across real estate debt and equity discuss how they are navigating today’s challenges and weigh in on where investors can turn to find attractive returns.
Where can real estate investors turn to find attractive risk-adjusted returns? Watch our 2023 Global Real Estate Outlook, where our experts across debt and equity discuss their latest views.
Barings experts in the U.S. and Europe discuss the risks and opportunities for commercial real estate debt and equity heading into 2023.
The sooner investors can recognize that prices in the U.S. office space are not where benchmarks have indicated, the sooner they can move forward with assessing and capitalizing on opportunities in the sector.
In this Q&A, Lori Mabardi discusses the state of ESG in real estate, and the challenges and opportunities of aiming for net-zero carbon in the built environment.
Given how robust underlying economic fundamentals in the U.S. currently are, real estate performance could weather a mild downturn—but the near-term outlook has dimmed. The Barings Real Estate team sheds light on what's next for the asset class.
Rapid increases in property financing costs mean property yields are now rising. The Barings Real Estate team discusses what this means for opportunities in the European real estate market.
As negative headlines come fast and furious, commercial real estate investors are faced with a question: Is now a time to get defensive, be opportunistic, or prepare for the worst? Learn why Co-Head of U.S. Real Estate, John Ockerbloom says the answer is 'yes'—all of the above.
In this roundtable, Nasir Alamgir joins a panel of experts to discuss why the multifamily property sector continues to look well-positioned against a challenging backdrop.
Against a backdrop of decades-high inflation and rising rates, real estate debt is worth considering—especially given the potential for attractive returns, duration risk mitigation, and diversification.
“Understanding the interplay between near-term cyclical weakness and long-term structural trends will be key for investors as they navigate global real estate markets in the months and years ahead.”