Recent turmoil in the banking sector has drawn attention to open-ended property investment funds (OEFs) due to their mismatch between footloose inflows and illiquid real estate assets. While we think that the immediate risk to European real estate values from forced sales of assets by these funds is relatively small, a downturn in OEF activity could still dampen any recovery.
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