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The alternative real estate sector has seen a flood of new entrants and increased supply.
With expenditure growing from 12% to 20% of global GDP, AMP Capital global head of infrastructure health Julie-Anne Mizzi is bullish on the sector, but warns it's not without challenges.
The Australian superfund will be more flexible as it looks to increase its exposure to infrastructure assets from 3 percent currently.
The pair are acquiring a portfolio of care homes, rehabilitation centres and pre-school facilities in a milestone deal for both in the sector.
The firm takes sole ownership with acquisition from Montreux Healthcare Fund and Macquarie Principal Finance, marking its first move in the sector.
The Macquarie debt vehicle’s second social housing deal is part of a wider £270m debt package.

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