As the economy of the future becomes increasingly high-tech, the retail sector must follow.
From the Current Issue
Is the dominant negative narrative for the retail sector overblown — built more on myths than realities?
The pension landscape in the United States is undergoing significant changes — will there be a role for institutional real estate in the future?
The U.S. housing market is in the midst of a major transformation that is bound to benefit the rental segment.
The shift away from high-cost defined benefit pension schemes has been under way for decades in the corporate pension fund sector.
Housing in the United States is broken. We simply no longer build enough units to meet demand and keep prices affordable.
New tariffs on imported steel and aluminum could have a deleterious effect on the commercial real estate industry. President Trump has announced tariffs of 25 percent for imported steel and 10 percent for imported aluminum, with exemptions for Canada, Mexico and possibly other nations.
The Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund has increased its exposure to real estate asset from 8 percent to 9 percent.
Global debt reached a record $233 trillion in third quarter 2017.
Female representation on REIT boards has increased in the past decade but still lags the broader business world.
While global gateway cities did provide higher capital growth since the global financial crisis, they generated lower income returns.
CCLA Group has created a $300 million joint venture with GIC to invest in for-rent multifamily assets in Mexico.
REIT stocks took a tumble in February, falling 7.27 percent.
A significant majority of respondents to the 2018 Institutional Investors Real Estate Trends survey are satisfied with their real estate investments.