Global institutions hungry for yield are continuing to keep a laser focus on the U.S. real estate market.
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In April, we will release the Institutional Investor Real Estate Trends report, based on the 24th annual survey of investors jointly conducted by Institutional Real Estate, Inc. and Kingsley Associates.
The Total Global Expense Ratio (TGER), published in January 2020, marks a significant evolution.
Total Global Expense Ratio was fully incorporated into the 2020 edition of the NCREIF PREA Reporting Standards.
The world economy, having started the year on a reasonably robust note, is facing a growing challenge from the spread of the novel coronavirus disease known as COVID-19.
What we do next remains to be seen, and depends on how widely the virus spreads and how disruptive it continues to be.
We face uncertainty. But it is worth considering three tried and tested risk indicators — yields, capital flows and debt levels.
An outbreak of a microscopic, highly contagious novel coronavirus — officially known as Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) — originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan in Hubei province in December 2019.
Total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 273,000 jobs in February; however, the report’s survey period reflected a time prior to the rise of concerns about the global spread and economic impacts of COVID-19.
Supply and demand trends are set to support last-mile industrial facilities, as changing consumer preferences have pushed e-commerce providers toward shorter delivery times.
Suburban office is seeing a resurgence, according to Marcus & Millichap’s 2020 North American Investment Forecast for the office sector.
Facing competition from e-commerce, retail centers are seeing their tenant mix shift away from products and toward services.
After several years of yo-yoing timeframes, the industry appears to have settled into expecting funds to close in about 17 months, give or take a couple of weeks.