Home bias real estate investing in mature economies has become more and more lethargic concerning its own directive. There are 33 global cities are holding 67% percent of the world’s real estate value.
The focus of Basar Global Group (BGG) research is to follow current investment strategies, trend and the effects of capital flow on the last half-decade. As the global CRE investment cycle matures- primary markets are becoming less attractive to global investors seeking higher returns on capital allocations. This search for yield has led many investors to consider secondary and frontier global markets. Another emerging trend for investors in 2017 was an ongoing increase in private equity debt funds being directed towards infrastructure. As transaction volume in primary markets continue to slow – as buyer and sellers evolve through a state of pricing divergence. It is best to look at the past cycle and trends of mature investment markets and the current global capital flow.