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Hunzinger Construction

Hunzinger is a fourth generation, family-owned company that has continuously served the construction industry in Southeast Wisconsin since 1907. Founded in Iowa by brothers John, Frank, Fred, and Charles, who wanted to leave their farm lives behind, the company was called J.H. Hunzinger and Company. They began modestly by building one-room schoolhouses and homes using mule teams to do everything from hauling materials to digging basements. Twenty-one years later in 1928, Frank and Fred Hunzinger moved to Milwaukee and began their own construction firm – Hunzinger Construction Company. Together, they took on new projects, first building schools and churches, and later office buildings and manufacturing plants. Their survival and flourishing growth following The Great Depression years allowed the company to thrive and expand, completing projects from Minnesota to Texas.

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USING REAL WORLD SCENARIOS TO IMPROVE THE RESILIENCE OF PRIVATE INVESTMENT PORTFOLIOS

whitePaper | May 24, 2022

After the global financial crisis of 2008/9 (GFC), private markets have continued to expand at a tremendous pace as investors are increasingly attracted to the private asset class by a range of benefits such as better returns compared to traditional asset classes, a lower correlation with other assets and effective portfolio diversification. Spanning private equity, infrastructure, natural resources real estate and private credit, private markets have witnessed a period of phenomenal growth. Investors are committing to private markets in their search for stable income and/or superior returns.

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Retail Lending in a Post Covid World: Winners and Laggards

whitePaper | May 15, 2022

Retail Credit continues to gain prominence in India, rising from 20% of overall systemic credit in FY15 to c.30% now, driven by strong customer demand, lower NPAs and better margins compared to industrial/corporate lending. In FY21, retail credit clocked slower growth as private consumption plunged on account of the pandemic and its corresponding impact on economic activity. However, between FY21 and FY24, retail credit is expected to make a strong comeback and grow at 13-15%. Within the retail lending space, NBFCs (including HFCs) have competed strongly against Banks – across economic cycles. NBFCs have a market share of c. 40% in Retail Credit as compared to 20% market share in overall credit.

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Building a Better Future

whitePaper | August 20, 2022

In today’s economy, many people around the world continue to face challenges with starting their businesses or funding affordable housing. Some of these hardships can include not funding land or building opportunities, scarcity in available residential properties to lease or purchase, and unreasonably priced housing options, which in some circumstances leads to homelessness.

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7 Ways to Achieve a Net Zero Emission Building

whitePaper | June 7, 2022

The built environment has been one of the key contributors to rising emission levels across the globe, creating an immediate urge to build net-zero carbon emission buildings. A 2021 research paper titled – ‘How to build smart, zero-carbon buildings – and why it matters’ published by The World Economic Forum in 2021 reveals that buildings represent 39% of global greenhouse gas emissions, including 28% in operational emissions and 11% in building materials and construction.

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The future of real estate investing

whitePaper | August 11, 2021

The investments business does not have a reputation for innovation. New regulations or technologies occasionally spur change, but fiduciary concerns and a need for predictability largely preclude sudden shifts in modus operandi. Several converging factors now threaten to upend the status quo, bringing an unprecedented revolution that is forcing both investors and asset managers to reexamine their beliefs, processes, and infrastructure.

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Top 10 Trends in PropTech that Will Drive Real estate Sector in the Coming Years

whitePaper | February 28, 2022

2022 is all set to witness an exponential rise in investments in property technology or the PropTech sector. The implementation of PropTech like – Artificial Intelligence, Robotic Process Automation, and Machine Learning will provide real-time information to global investors and allow them to cut through the complexities involved in making informed decisions.

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Spotlight

Hunzinger Construction

Hunzinger is a fourth generation, family-owned company that has continuously served the construction industry in Southeast Wisconsin since 1907. Founded in Iowa by brothers John, Frank, Fred, and Charles, who wanted to leave their farm lives behind, the company was called J.H. Hunzinger and Company. They began modestly by building one-room schoolhouses and homes using mule teams to do everything from hauling materials to digging basements. Twenty-one years later in 1928, Frank and Fred Hunzinger moved to Milwaukee and began their own construction firm – Hunzinger Construction Company. Together, they took on new projects, first building schools and churches, and later office buildings and manufacturing plants. Their survival and flourishing growth following The Great Depression years allowed the company to thrive and expand, completing projects from Minnesota to Texas.

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