Among property types, the effects of the pandemic are likely to create winners and losers, as changes in consumer behavior will have divergent impacts.
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Real estate private equity funds are going to have a big issue: They will need more capital, but it might not be that easy to get.
History can offer some useful clues on how one might start evaluating relative risks and opportunities with regards to future investment performance across property types and markets.
Over the next decade, we will see significant behavioral changes in our engagement with the built environment — from the home to the workplace to shared community spaces.
We are in a seriously difficult time, and it will have long-lasting effects on so many levels.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced work and home life under one roof. The question on everyone’s minds is: Will everything go back to business-as-usual after the COVID-19 outbreak?
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an immediate and sharp effect on construction activity.
The U.S. economy lost 20.5 million jobs and the unemployment rate rose to 14.7 percent in April, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 outbreak is responsible for massive economic disruption; however, the lending market has been supported by a rapid response from central bankers and widespread fiscal stimulus.
A total of 42 new investment funds were launched during first quarter 2020, down after a year-end high of 53 funds launched during fourth quarter 2020.
The first-quarter return for institutional investors as measured by the NCREIF Property Index (NPI) was the lowest return since fourth quarter 2009.