The dilemma of what to do with defunct real estate is sparking some creative solutions and opportunistic investments.
From the Current Issue
Festering trade wars, frenzied populism, faltering U.S. stocks, China’s bureaucratic fiddling, plummeting emerging-market currencies, geopolitical tensions — the list of hindrances to real estate performance in 2019 is long.
U.S. metros were analyzed by a number of parameters to explore the hierarchy of investment markets.
Urbanization, new technology and changing demographics are only a few of the factors driving rapid changes in Europe’s real estate sector.
On Oct. 28, 2018, Brazil elected a new president, Jair Bolsonaro, who took office Jan. 1, 2019. His election shocked many in Brazil, and indeed around the world, as it represented a stark departure from politics as usual.
At the start of a new year, it is our frequent practice to take a moment to reflect on the stories and coverage of the previous year.
A resurgence of large, single-asset transactions pushed U.S. office investment volume up to $93.1 billion in the first three quarters of 2018.
By 2035, the GDP of Asia Pacific cities will be 17 percent higher than cities in North America and Europe combined.
Blackstone is raising the largest real estate private equity fund, ever. Again.
Investors Diversified Realty, a Cleveland-based investment management firm, has launched a new fund called the Core Property Index Fund.
One-quarter of the real estate private equity funds holding a final close in the first nine months of 2018 could be classed as mega-funds.