Infranity invests in French solar energy producer Terre et Lac

[ad_1] Infranity, a major investor in sustainable infrastructure in Europe and part of Generali Investments’ ecosystem, has signed an agreement to become the reference shareholder in Terre et Lac, a French developer and independent power producer specialized in solar photovoltaics solutions, alongside the company’s founding team.  Terre et Lac is an independent French solar energy producer, developing and operating photovoltaic solutions from residential…

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Blackstone, CPP Investments and Rialto invest in $17bn CRE loan portfolio

[ad_1] Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies, Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board through its subsidiary CPPIB Credit Investments III Inc. and funds affiliated with Rialto Capital have entered into a newly formed joint venture with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The companies acquired a 20% equity stake for $1.2 billion…

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How to Get Started in 2024

[ad_1] Multifamily real estate investing can be scary to a new investor. After all, buying more units requires more money, more resources, and a larger team. But today’s guest is here to show you that multifamily investing is not nearly as intimidating as it may seem and why NOW is the perfect time to get…

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Legendary Actor Scott Glenn — How to Be Super Fit at 85, Lessons from Marlon Brando, How to Pursue Your Purpose, The Art of Serendipity, Stories of Gunslingers, and More (#729)

[ad_1] Tim Ferriss and Scott Glenn “If you love it, make it your life. And right along with that, be tenacious. Learn that the most important thing about being knocked down is getting back up. And if you can put yourself in the spot where you say, ‘I don’t care how many times I get…

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What Will Work Next Year

[ad_1] If you want to invest in real estate in 2024, you need to prepare. This year could be a grand slam for those who know how to take advantage, but for everyone else sitting on the sidelines, don’t expect your wealth to grow. Expert investors, like the On the Market panel, are getting more…

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What homeowners need to know as insurers leave high-risk climate areas

[ad_1] Some insurance companies are pulling back coverage from fire- and flood-prone areas, leaving homeowners with limited affordable options. This trend may even affect the property value of American homes, experts say. The nation’s largest homeowner’s insurance company, State Farm, stopped accepting new applications for policies on property in California in May. Allstate announced in…

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