As the popularity of private equity investing has risen, some parts of the market look increasingly overcapitalised. We look at where the best opportunities may lie.
For discerning commercial real estate investors, we believe the lower cost basis – the initial property acquisition costs - outside of the major, more “glamorous” big cities in the US could offer real value.
We explore why global cities continue to attract young professionals and argue that living in such places is good value, despite the high costs of housing.
China is at the forefront of a technological revolution and the quantity of data it will yield is unprecedented. For investors in companies based in the country’s global cities, this could bring compelling opportunities.
Death of the high street? Hugo Machin, a Global Cities investor and blogger, explains why certain retail locations are thriving
Although not yet highly ranked in the Schroders Global Cities index, Mexico City has powerful demographic drivers that we believe will generate future growth .
Europe’s renewed urbanisation and accompanying infrastructure upgrades provide interesting opportunities for real estate investors.