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Research PaperCommercial Property Auction Data (cPad) Report
The cPad is a joint initiative between Acuitus and MSCI utilising auction sales data from EIG to provide a unique perspective on the commercial property market for private investors and private property companies. The aim is to create a valuable snapshot of today’s auction market and help investors shape their future investment strategy.
Press ReleaseSurvey Shows UK Investors Favour Residential as an Alternative to Retail Assets in Property Portfolios
Research PaperMSCI Real Estate Research Snapshot
This year’s Real Estate Research Snapshot highlights the broad range of investment problems MSCI Real Estate’s data can be applied to. With emphasis on the importance of global consistency in data we provide an overview of global property market trends across sectors and markets. As part of the wider MSCI business, we also explore issues relevant to asset owners, looking at real estate from a higher perspective. Questions surrounding interest rate risk and currency hedging are addressed here,...
Research PaperFrench Barometer - 24th Edition
Dans cette 24ème édition du Baromètre MSCI, les plus grosses sociétés de gestion ajustent leurs anticipations pour 2018 et nous donnent leur vision du marché pour 2019. In the 24rd edition of the French Barometer, the biggest investment companies adjust their anticipations on the French investment property market for 2018 and provide their vision for 2019.
Research PaperBenchmarking in Real Estate: Beyond Performance Measurement
Investors allocate to private real estate for a myriad of reasons, which means their investment objectives can vary substantially. As such, investors articulate their objectives in various ways such as market-based benchmarks, inflation related targets or perhaps absolute return targets. However, an objective is not a strategy; Investors must make this translation from objective to strategy, through to execution. Market-based benchmarking and associated analytics form...
Research PaperUK Lease Events Review – November 2018
MSCI, along with BNP Paribas Real Estate and the BPF, have long pursued a thorough understanding of UK leasing activity through real estate investment research. This research focuses on two distinct elements; new leasing trends in the marketplace and the effect on income when a lease event, such as a break or expiry, occurs. Such an understanding has grown in importance through the recent market cycle as tenant default weighed on landlord incomes and shorter lease lengths required careful...
Press ReleaseMSCI launches MSCI Real Estate Enterprise Analytics to meet demand for performance analysis in era of big data
Research PaperIPD® UK Retail Property Auction Index – Q1 2018
The IPD UK Retail Property Auction Index measures the capital value change of retail properties sold in the UK at auction. The sample is a subset of the EIG database, including only the major commercial auction houses. In Q1 2018, the index increases to 113.6 representing a positive change of 17.3% year-over-year. The IPD UK Monthly Shops Index stands 1.2% higher than it did a year ago.
Research PaperIPD® UK Retail Property Auction Index - Q4 2017
The IPD UK Retail Property Auction Index measures the capital value change of retail properties sold in the UK at auction. The sample is a subset of the EIG database, including only the major commercial auction houses. In Q4 2017, the index increases to 108.1 representing a positive change of 2.0% year-over-year. The IPD UK Monthly Shops Index stands 2.1% higher than it did a year ago.
Research PaperIndustrial in the Limelight: Secular Shift or Cyclical Rotation?
In 2017, industrial real estate had the highest sector total returns across many global markets. We have found that this was not just a rerun of industrial’s normal cyclical rotation, but that there were signs of a secular revolution starting, driven by e-commerce. In many global markets, the spread in yields between industrial and the other commercial real estate sectors has compressed more over recent years than in previous cycles. In the U.K., where outperformance was particularly...