Institutional Real Estate Americas

February 1, 2017: Vol. 29, Number 2

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Americas

First look at Q4 2016

Fourth quarter 2016 was a better time for fundraising than fourth quarter 2015, but no one would call it spectacular. Capital raised by funds closing in fourth quarter 2016 came in a bit ahead of the same time period in 2015.

Americas

The phony war: The Brexit story is about to begin in earnest

The United Kingdom’s vote in June 2016 to leave the European Union has the potential to redefine the pecking order of global cities, as London seeks to maintain its dominant position while the country negotiates its divorce settlement with the rest of the continent.

Americas

A call to action: Broadening the market for real assets

Four years ago, the board of Institutional Real Estate, Inc. made a strategic decision to branch out to serve a broader market — the professionals advising the individual investor marketplace. The board’s solution was to launch a new publication titled Real Assets Adviser — a publication edited exclusively to meet the educational and information needs of today’s professional financial adviser.

Americas

What if? Just, what if? Autonomous vehicles and real estate

Autonomous vehicles are one of several mega-disruptive technologies “everyone knows” will have a significant impact on real estate going forward. And “everyone knows” if investors do not factor the future impacts of autonomous vehicles into their underwriting, they are doomed to failure. But what if the inevitable triumph of autonomous vehicles does not happen?

Americas

Japanese investors buy U.S. office properties

Japan-based investors have been acquiring properties across the United States, with recent purchases in San Francisco and Atlanta, demonstrating the United States has continued to be attractive to foreign investors.

Americas

Housing prices return to prerecession level

National home prices have climbed back to the 2006 peak achieved prior to the global financial crisis and the single-family housing market crash, according to the most recent data from the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index.

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