Institutional Real Estate Americas

January 2008: Vol. 20 No. 1

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From the Current Issue


Capitalizing on Distress: Turmoil and Tightening in the Debt Markets Create Opportunities

The subprime mortgage crisis has sent the U.S. residential market into a tailspin, and subsequent contagion has caused commercial real estate capital markets and investors around the globe to pause to reassess and reprice risk. However, opportunity funds, pension funds and foreign investors have plenty of capital to invest. For those investors who can identify the opportunities and act swiftly, the current market offers attractive values, especially on the debt side and in residential land.


Shop Talk: A Conversation with Ken Riggs

With the capital markets and commercial real estate investment market clearly in a period of transition, Larry Gray, editor of The Institutional Real Estate Letter, turned to Kenneth Riggs Jr., CEO of Real Estate Research Corp., to shed some light on current market trends and share his outlook for 2008.

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