2014 INVESTMENT INTENTIONS SURVEYS (COMPARISON STUDY) – NOW AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD

12 Mar, 2014
  • A global Investment Intentions survey, jointly carried out by industry associations ANREV, INREV and PREA shows encouraging signs for real estate investment in 2014. Globally 324 investors, fund of funds managers and fund managers participated in the survey of which 142 are institutional investors representing US$7 trillion of assets under management. 

    The seventh edition of the Investment Intentions Asia Pacific Survey is marked by a sharply higher number of respondents, with investors now representing more than half of the total respondents. This year, allocations to non-listed property funds will continue to increase. Investors show a slight preference for value added funds, and clear interest in multi country/sector funds suggesting an appetite for increased risk. Japan office is the favourite country/sector combination for investors to invest.

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    2014 Investment Intentions (global comparison) - report (English)PDF
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    2014 Investment Intentions Asia Pacific Survey- report (members only)PDF
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    2014 Investment Intentions Asia Survey - snapshot (Japanese)PDF
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    2014 Investment Intentions Asia Pacific Survey- snapshot (publicly available)PDF
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    ANREV Investment Intentions Asia and Global Comparison 2014PDF
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