PIMCO Real Estate

Access a broad set of investment solutions from one of the largest and most diversified real estate managers in the world.

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Our Capabilities

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$202B+ AUM1

Total Managed Assets Across PIMCO and Allianz Real Estate

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$125B

Private Real Estate Assets

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150+

Acquisition and Origination Investment Professionals

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130+

Asset Management Professionals

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32

Global Offices in 19 Countries


1 All data as of 30 June 2022. AUM includes $103.6 billion in estimated gross assets of clients contracted with Allianz Real Estate, an affiliate and wholly-owned subsidiary of PIMCO.

Why PIMCO for Real Estate?

With Allianz Real Estate, PIMCO is among the largest and most diversified real estate managers in the world, investing across core, core-plus, value-add and opportunistic assets to bring a broad set of solutions to investors globally.

To learn more about the partnership with Allianz Real Estate, read the press release here.

Top-tier Sourcing

Leverage our scale and market presence, which strengthens our sourcing capabilities across brokers and local operating partners and allows us to consider investments that require varying costs of capital.

Structuring Expertise

Benefit from our ability to provide creative solutions for complex investment situations by combining PIMCO's structured credit and analytics capabilities with deep asset-level expertise that spans public and private markets.

Integration with PIMCO Platform

Tap into PIMCO's broader resources such as macroeconomic analysis and credit research and risk management processes, as well as an integrated alternatives financing platform, in addition to structured credit and analytics capabilities.

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New Possibilities from PIMCO and Allianz Real Estate

Learn how PIMCO and Allianz Real Estate have brought together their specialized expertise and global resources to offer an exciting new set of investment solutions in commercial real estate investing.

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Disclosures

London
PIMCO Europe Ltd
11 Baker Street
London W1U 3AH, England
+44 (0) 20 3640 1000

Dublin
PIMCO Europe GmbH Irish Branch,
PIMCO Global Advisors (Ireland)
Limited
3rd Floor, Harcourt Building 57B Harcourt Street
Dublin D02 F721, Ireland
+353 (0) 1592 2000

Munich
PIMCO Europe GmbH
Seidlstraße 24-24a
80335 Munich, Germany
+49 (0) 89 26209 6000

Milan
PIMCO Europe GmbH - Italy
Corso Matteotti 8
20121 Milan, Italy
+39 02 9475 5400

Zurich
PIMCO (Schweiz) GmbH
Brandschenkestrasse 41
8002 Zurich, Switzerland
Tel: + 41 44 512 49 10

Madrid
PIMCO Europe GmbH - Spain
Paseo de la Castellana, 43
28046 Madrid, Spain
Tel: +34 810 809 912

All investments contain risk and may lose value. Investments in residential/commercial mortgage loans and commercial real estate debt are subject to risks that include prepayment, delinquency, foreclosure, risks of loss, servicing risks and adverse regulatory developments, which risks may be heightened in the case of non-performing loans. The value of real estate and portfolios that invest in real estate may fluctuate due to: losses from casualty or condemnation, changes in local and general economic conditions, supply and demand, interest rates, property tax rates, regulatory limitations on rents, zoning laws, and operating expenses. Investments in mortgage and asset-backed securities are highly complex instruments that may be sensitive to changes in interest rates and subject to early repayment risk. Structured products such as collateralized debt obligations are also highly complex instruments, typically involving a high degree of risk; use of these instruments may involve derivative instruments that could lose more than the principal amount invested. Private credit involves an investment in non-publically traded securities which may be subject to illiquidity risk.  Portfolios that invest in private credit may be leveraged and may engage in speculative investment practices that increase the risk of investment loss. Equity investments may decline in value due to both real and perceived general market, economic and industry conditions, while debt investments are subject to credit, interest rate and other risks. Investing in banks and related entities is a highly complex field subject to extensive regulation, and investments in such entities or other operating companies may give rise to control person liability and other risks. In addition, t