Investors’ reasons for investing in affordable housing are as varied as the opportunities available.
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The family office has risen to prominence as more super-rich seek close, sustained management and successful transfer of generational wealth.
Many institutional portfolios have made the structural shift toward higher allocations to real assets.
The quarterly NCREIF Property Index total return dropped slightly during third quarter 2018, returning 1.67 percent.
The legal and operational complexities of loan workouts are numerous, and nothing substitutes for proven experience.
Looking back over the thousands of topics we’ve discussed at the hundreds of advisory board meetings we’ve conducted over the years, three persistent questions seem to crop up.
When it comes to pension readiness to handle the financial security needs of retirees in aging nations around the world, the United States ranks 19th and received a “C” grade.
Target allocations to real estate in institutional portfolios have continued to climb in 2018 and will increase further.
The U.S. mall vacancy rate jumped to 9.1 percent in the third quarter, and the increase was due to a number of Sears stores that closed their doors in early August.
Real U.S. GDP increased at an annual rate of 3.5 percent in the third quarter.
The U.S. Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service have released additional regulatory guidance regarding investment in Qualified Opportunity Zones.
Investment managers continued to roll out a variety of new offerings during third quarter 2018.