When leadership changes occur — planned or not — a firm’s culture and management of the transition determine the future of a company.
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In 2016, Westwood Financial Corp. transitioned from a family-operated real estate syndication business with private investors, to an institutionally structured, fully integrated and self-sustaining real estate operating company. As part of this transition, the firm created a succession plan and named Randy Banchik and Joe Dykstra co-CEOs.
Today, a wise investor also needs to assess the environmental resilience of investment locations, especially in light of climate change.
National Real Estate Advisors’ analytic tool consists of a benchmark portfolio of 76 commercial property locations around the country.
As the industry continues to evolve in a new era of SEC compliance, SEC findings are providing new transparency in investment firm policies regarding expense and fee management.
The quarterly NCREIF Property Index (NPI) total return has been on a downward trend for two years.
Members of the Editorial Advisory Board of Institutional Real Estate Americas gathered in San Diego at the end of April to discuss the issues facing the real estate investment community.
Autonomous vehicles navigate using motion sensors, multiple radar, sonar, lasers and artificial intelligence (AI) cameras.
Competitive pressure for job seekers is even more concerning today, as advances in automation and robot technology appear to be accelerating.
A new report from Colliers International, U.S. Seaport Outlook, examines U.S. seaports and their current shipping volumes.
Investors have made several significant investments in the Hawaiian resort sector.
The U.S. economy added 211,000 jobs in April, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Demand for self-storage properties continues to strengthen, but mounting supply pressures are a growing concern.
Many traditional retailers are struggling from a combination of high leverage levels and the rising popularity of e-commerce.
The 2017 Institutional Investors Real Estate Trends survey, conducted jointly by Institutional Real Estate, Inc. and Kingsley Associates, assessed institutional investors’ fund allocations, risk and return assumptions, expected capital flows, and real estate investment strategies for the year.