Les fonds immobiliers
non-cotés

Face au deuxième tour de la crise - la résistance des valeurs

La résistance des valeurs

Après notre série de notes hebdomadaires durant la période de confinement, et avec le recul donné par les récents développements sanitaires (fin de la première vague de l’épidémie et déconfinement progressif de l’Europe continentale) il nous a paru intéressant de reprendre le fil de l’analyse. En particulier, la question des valorisations
immobilières se pose, au regard du nouvel environnement économique. C’est la situation des fonds immobiliers non cotés (SCPI, SCI, OPCI) que nous examinerons plus particulièrement, en positionnant les stratégies de Primonial REIM dans cette analyse.

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fonds immobilier non-cotés valeur SCPI

The team

Daniel While
Daniel While Research, Strategy & Sustainability Director

Henry-Aurélien Natter
Henry-Aurélien Natter Research Manager

Adrien Isidore
Adrien Isidore Economist Statistician

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