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Didier Unglik, L’Étoile Properties

“With a reduced competition, Covid-19 pandemic has increased opportunities”

In many ways, the covid-19 outbreak has changed human interactions, let alone investing. In 2021, institutional investors plan to invest a minimum of €55.4 bn in global real estate, according to the 2021 Investment Intentions survey by INREV, ANREV and PREA, showing a strong appetite for the industry despite the crisis. With post-Covid investing waves emerging, international investment funds also must adapt their strategies. Didier Unglik, founder of Paris-based pan-European investment manager L’Étoile Properties, details for Business Immo his strategy for this peculiar market environment.

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Business Immo: How has the pandemic changed your business and your relationship with international investors? Didier Unglik: As a pan-European Investment Manager, with c. €7bn (...)

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