Barring any sudden events — some proverbial black swan — many predict the year ahead will, in broad strokes, resemble the year behind.
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Nonresidential building construction has been increasing since 2011. Construction spending slowed in 2017 for offices, but still 2017 will surpass the previous 2008 high.
We may well look back and view the summer of 2017 as a turning point — a pivotal moment when our trajectory shifted.
The secular changes taking place in the distribution ecosystem are having a positive impact on logistics properties, in marked contrast to the trials facing U.S. retail.
As of the end of October 2017, Asia Pacific REITs have, in U.S.-dollar terms, returned 5.2 percent.
Just because you can still do deals in this kind of market doesn’t mean the deals you’re doing are going to be “good” deals.
The $17 billion Kansas Public Employees Retirement System has developed an investment pacing schedule through 2018.
A number of economic indicators demonstrate the U.S. economy is continuing to grow at a moderate pace.
The U.S. CMBS delinquency rate fell 3 basis points in November 2017 to 5.18 percent.
Traditional hotel operators are facing expanded competition from room-sharing platforms .
In one of the largest recent apartment transactions, affiliates of Harbor Group International acquired a 25-property, 9,677-unit multifamily portfolio.
One of the hottest trends in retail in 2017 was the pop-up store — a limited engagement retail concept.
As 2017 wound down, data from Institutional Real Estate, Inc.’s FundTracker database indicated investment totals are down not only from their 2015 heights, but from their 2016 totals, as well.