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Deutsche Bank Prevents Investors From Selling Their Real Estate Funds

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Hey Guys,

Has this been discussed before?

Does seem that the smart money is leaving the building!

Deutsche Bank Rescues Troubled Real Estate Division

"The move was necessary, because in recent days, investors' withdrawal requests have been substantially higher than in previous months. There was a danger that the fund's liquidity would be used up, which meant that the continued operation of the fund was no longer guaranteed," DB Real Estate spokesman Tim-Oliver Ambrosius had told AFP.

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Expect loads more news like this in the coming months. You can't go wrong with property....

I think this refers largely to commercial property in Germany and/or the continent. Lots of it has had to be revalued over the last one or two years, and quite a number of funds who invest in real estate have suffered as a consequence.

I can't see any connection to the housing market in this country. However, it does say a lot about the trouble of commercial property on the continent and/or in Germany.

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I think this shows that people will ditch bad investments once it is absolutely clear that the investment is bad. This goes for the BTL brigade aswell.

It also shows what banks are capable of doing, should the need arise.

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