Investors will need to consider their own needs when it comes to managing risk.
From the Current Issue
Based on fundraising, one might think the real estate debt investment market was experiencing some sort of difficulty; but that does not appear to be the case.
Risk caused by climate change is an important concern for investors in commercial real estate.
For global investors in real estate, regional variations in net asset value can become a significant headache.
Flexible office looks like it’s here to stay, and co-working, as a subset of the industry, fulfills a useful and important need in the office sector.
The technology sector has become a vital force for demand across the U.S. office markets.
The key risks to U.S. economic growth and, by extension, the U.S. real estate market are the U.S-China trade war, Brexit and slowing global economic growth.
Several characteristics differentiate Visions, Insights & Perspectives (VIP) from other industry conference offerings.
The retirement of baby boomers and the debut of generation Z workers, along with other demographic shifts, has major implications for real estate.
The uninterruptible power supply, or UPS, data center market is on pace to surpass $5 billion in value by 2026.
DivcoWest and the $248 billion California State Teachers’ Retirement System have paid $186.2 million for a 49 percent stake in a San Francisco office building
During the past 12 months, employment rose by 2.1 million jobs, and wage growth increased 2.9 percent.
Retailers and shippers this past holiday season were expected to handle more returns than ever of goods bought online.
E-commerce is improving the sustainability of retail.
Global investors and managers are anticipating declining market values in the near future; the only question is when a downturn might occur.
Preliminary numbers from Institutional Real Estate, Inc.’s FundTracker database show the total fundraising volume for 2019 was $119.2 billion.