Maximizing Value in the Real Estate Private Equity Space: Expansion, Competition, and Alliance

  title={Maximizing Value in the Real Estate Private Equity Space: Expansion, Competition, and Alliance},
  author={Priya A. Roy},
  journal={The Journal of Private Equity},
  pages={59 - 70}
  • Priya A. Roy
  • Published 28 February 2015
  • Business
  • The Journal of Private Equity
Private equity firms must look at creative options for enhancing their growth strategies in the wake of a heavier regulatory environment and the globalization of the playing field. Growth can take multiple forms of expansion, including diversification, locations, sectors, and risk, and once the avenues of growth are decided, the firms must consider the best approach to achieving long-term success in that new arena. Strategic alliances with key investors and direct competitors can provide key… 

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