Moving into 2021, “this too shall pass” seems to be the resounding message among real estate investors.
From the Current Issue
The hunt for yield and portfolio diversification has sparked institutional interest in global secondary markets in recent years, and potential shifts in behavior related to the COVID-19 pandemic could further strengthen those strategies.
In the current environment, real estate is poised to play a critical role in institutional investors’ portfolios. Real estate, however, is not without risk.
The coronavirus pandemic has once again brought to the fore the “manufacturing reshoring and nearshoring” debate.
The LP-GP 4x4 Virtual Roundtables for the editorial board members of Institutional Real Estate Americas continue to be a way for the industry to dialogue about the issues and concerns that are front and center.
Retail real estate has taken a beating in the COVID-19 era, but some segments are faring better than others.
Homebuilding has fared well during the pandemic, driven in part by a trend toward de-urbanization amid COVID-19.
Amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, total nonfarm payroll employment increased by only 245,000 jobs in November, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Several public pension funds have launched consultant searches in advance of contract expirations.
IQHQ, a life sciences REIT, has raised $1.7 billion in a funding round of new equity to support expansion of the company’s growing portfolio of properties in premier life sciences markets.
As of early December, preliminary data showed only four fund closings, raising approximately $4.6 billion.