Wiping the fog off our eyeglasses and peering into the coming decade, we see a U.S. economy flipped on its head from how it entered this past one.
From the Current Issue
Institutional Real Estate, Inc.’s editors discuss some of the highlights from the regional Editorial Advisory Board meetings in a roundtable format.
The United States is the world’s largest student housing market, attracting the highest volume of investment capital each year. But are investors and universities overestimating demand?
Impacts of climate change are affecting the real estate markets — cyclones, extraordinary rain events, rising sea levels, fire, extreme heat. The question is, what do we do about it?
Institutional Real Estate, Inc. is a global concern, with publications, meetings and events in the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific regions.
Proposed new capital requirements at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will have implications for commercial real estate, especially multifamily.
The U.S. economy added 266,000 jobs in November — exceeding economists’ consensus predictions — according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Real estate funds in Asia Pacific have higher total expense ratios than funds in Europe, on average, according to research from INREV and ANREV.
Management consultancy CIL has predicted there will be a 10 percent increase in business activity for smart building technology suppliers during the next five years.