The World’s Biggest Landlords


Corporate landlords are hoarding real estate and holding it ransom to capitalize on the housing crisis. The world’s largest private landlord, Blackstone, holds more than $300 billion in real estate assets under management (AUM). In one deal this past June, Blackstone bought 17,000 single-family homes across the US to extract rental income from tenants. That same month, Brookfield acquired a controlling stake in a landlord which owns more than 10,000 U.S. rental homes. The ten largest managers account for 37% of total global AUM. Each of these companies posted total AUMs of over $90 billion.

Source: INREV Fund Manager Survey 2021


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4 comments

  1. how can this be?

    On Wed, Sep 29, 2021 at 8:58 AM The Decolonial Atlas wrote:

    > decolonialatlas posted: ” Corporate landlords are hoarding real estate and > holding it ransom to capitalize on the housing crisis. The world’s largest > private landlord, Blackstone, holds more than $300 billion in real estate > assets under management (AUM). In one deal this past Jun” >

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