How Will Real Estate Debt Perform in the Next Downturn?
PGIM Real Estate's Jackie Brady, Executive Director, Business Development, and Andrew Radkiewicz, Global Head of Private Debt Strategy and Investor Solutions, discuss the investor appetite and risk characteristics of real estate debt and how the asset class may perform in the next economic downturn.
Global Outlook: Striking the Right Balance
The prospect of a downturn almost appears to have been factored in as an inevitability due to the length of the current real estate cycle, and sentiment is under pressure from weaker news on global economic growth. Yet, while real estate pricing looks elevated, it continues to be supported by low interest rates – and there are still reasons to be optimistic about the outlook for income growth, not least because supply remains contained.
U.S. Real Estate Impact Investing
Impact investing is a rapidly growing sector in which many institutional investors are increasingly deploying capital. Despite the term ‘impact investing’ being a decade old, the sector is still in its infancy. Progress toward maturation has been made, but the industry is still refining definitions and benchmarks.
Real Assets for Predictable Income Streams
Increasingly institutional investors are becoming more attracted to real assets, like real estate, agriculture, infrastructure and private debt investment as a potential predictable source of income. PGIM’s unique multi-manager model offer investors global diversification, across real asset classes, industries and sectors. See how PGIM’s real assets capabilities can help investors create compelling investment opportunities.