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 Middle East investors of Rasmala acquired Abbvie House in UK for $35 million

rasmalaRasmala, a Middle Eastern investment firm listed in London, has announced acquisition of Abbvie House, an office building located in Kent UK, for $35 million.

Rasmala has plans to invest approximately $1.5 billion in a broad mix of commercial real estate transactions in the UK, continental Europe and the US over the course of the next three years.

Rasmala is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR48.

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 Middle East investors of Rasmala and GII acquired Airbus office complex in UK for $42 million

rasmala-ukRasmala, a Middle Eastern investment firm listed in London, and Gulf Islamic Investments (GII), an investment firm based in UAE, has acquired an Airbus office complex in the UK for $42 million.

The property is located in Celtic Springs Business Park in Newport, Cardiff, and are entirely let to Airbus Defense and Space, a division of Airbus Group. Rasmala and GII have plans to acquire real estate assets in the UK, Europe and United States in 2016.

Rasmala is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR48.

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 Middle East investors to spend $15 billion per year in global real estate

cbreAn average of $15 billion per year will flow out of the Middle East into direct real estate globally in the near-term, with investors from the region increasingly targeting U.S markets, according to the latest research from global property advisor CBRE Group.

The Middle East continues to be one of the most important sources of cross-regional capital into the global real estate market, with $14 billion invested outside of the home region in 2014 — the third largest source of capital globally. (Qatar was by far the largest source of outbound capital with $4.9 billion invested. Saudi Arabia has emerged as a significant new source of capital globally, investing $2.3 billion in 2014, up from almost no reported investment in 2013.)

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 Middle East investors to spend $180 billion in global real estate over next decade

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CBRE Group, a Fortune 500 company headquartered in Los Angeles, is reporting that Middle Eastern investors are expected to spend $180 billion in commercial real estate markets outside of their own region over the next decade.

Just in 2013, the commercial real estate investments of Middle East investors has been $13 billion, $5 billion of which by non-SWF and individual investors. At the moment their investment appetite is focused on Europe, but the share of investment in America is increasing - CBRE research shows. (You can listen to an interview with a CBRE head of research here. Also check recent DubaiBeat.com news on Katara Hospitaly which acquired five luxury European hotels here.)

To see listing and contact emails of investors from the Middle East, check our recently updated Middle East Investors Directory

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 Bahrain investment firm acquires US real estate assets valued at $250 million

investcorp.jpgBahrian-based investment firm Investcorp announced that its US-based real estate arm has acquired a group of high quality office and retail assets in the greater Chicago, Los Angeles, Minneapolis and New York areas valued at $250 million.

Since 1995, Investcorp has acquired more than 200 properties with a total value of approximately $10 billion. The firm currently has more than $4 billion of property and debt funds under management.

Investcorp is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR30.

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 Middle East investors drive European commercial property market

arab-commercial-realestate.jpgMiddle East investors are the major drivers of increased activity in the European commercial real estate market, twice of all Far East investors combined - the global consultancy firm CBRE reports.

In the first half of 2013, investors from the Middle East have increased investment activity, accounting for 21 percent of cross-border transactions, almost twice the 11 percents of far east investors. Half of the total comes from the region’s sovereign wealth funds. Transactions from Middle Eastern buyers show a strong bias towards London (nearly 50 percent of the total) and offices.

To see listing and contact emails of real estate investors from the Middle East, check our Middle East Investors Directory

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 Saudi investors of Alkhabeer acquired real estate in Houston

alkhabeer-US.jpgAlkhabeer Capital, a Saudi-based investment firm announced the acquisition of an office building in Houston.

The property is located in The Energy Corridor, Houston’s top performing and rapidly strengthening submarket, which is home to several of the world’s largest energy companies as well as over 300 multinational companies. As DubaiBeat reported on September 2012 Alkhabeer had launched a $400 million fund and invests globally - specially in UK and US.

Alkhabeer Capital is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code BFD18.

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 Abu Dhabi investment firm ADIC buys stake in Tokyo property

logo-ADIC2.jpgA consortium of international property investors including Abu Dhabi Investment Council have agreed to buy a prominent Tokyo office building for $1 billion.

It will be Japan's biggest property investment including foreign investors since the 2008-09 global financial crisis. The group, led by property investor Asia Pacific Land, includes Abu Dhabi Investment Council, Japan's Secured Capital Investment Management Co and C.V. Starr & Co Inc, which is run by the billionaire former chief executive of American International Group - Reuters is reporting.

Abu Dhabi Investment Council is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code EM01.

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