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NEW YORK CITY—The key to success in private equity real estate fundraising appears to be not only experience but also mass. Last month, Preqin said a handful of the most experienced PE real estate managers have raised the most capital in the past five years, and also have had the best track record for meeting or exceeding their fundraising goals. On Tuesday, the research firm, with headquarters in New York City and London, issued a report noting that the average size of closed-end private real estate funds was $573 million, up 28% year over year for the first half of 2014, but the number of funds that closed is down 30% compared to a year ago.

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