Data centres are being configured as a real estate investment alternative, albeit a highly sophisticated one due to the demands of the assets and their significant need for capital. But they offer sizeable returns, since there has been a boom in the demand for data and the supply has so far proved insufficient.
“The yields are higher than those of the wider real estate market, at around 18%”, explains Humberto Carbajal, Senior Advisor at Colliers International speaking to brainsre.news. International REITs (Anglo-Saxon investment vehicles equivalent to Socimis) specialising in this market are obtaining returns of 17.2%, according to estimates from JLL in its latest sector report.
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