Key data: non-listed

December 2004
EuroProperty;2004/2005, p57
Trade Publication
This article presents graphical information on the real property and fund markets in Germany. All data is supplied by INREV, the European Association for Investors in Non-listed Real Estate Vehicles. Current gross asset values for funds by launch year: Funds launched in 2000 are currently invested in the most assets with strong holdings by core and opportunity funds Market growth by gross asset value Holdings in value-added funds continue to increase as gross asset value totals approach 250bn including German open-ended funds Change in gross asset value of existing vehicles: The impact of bribery investigations and poor performance have begun to show in the quarterly difference for the German open-ended funds


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