The strengthening economic picture in Europe has drawn real estate investors from the United States and the rest of the Americas.
From the Current Issue
Co-working has shown up on institutional investors’ radar, but not everyone is sold on leasing to the industry.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is likely to have broad positive effects on the economy and real estate; however, these effects will not be evenly distributed.
Eight metro clusters have exhibited differing historic performance patterns, yet the metro areas within each cluster have performed similarly.
Although returns for commercial real estate have been somewhat modest this past year, returns for fourth quarter 2017 were the highest of the year.
Properly designed student-housing residences assist in creating unique demand drivers for hospitality, office and retail uses.
Property-assessed clean energy has emerged as an ideal source of mezzanine capital to fund new construction or major renovations.
Several key themes seem to underlie our editorial board members’ primary concerns these days.
A number of possible commercial real estate uses for the blockchain are emerging.
Real estate secondary transactions representing an aggregate of $6 billion of net asset value were closed or placed under contract in 2017.
Commercial real estate executives are particularly confident in the strength of the industrial sector.
The global transaction volume for completed sales of commercial properties was $873 billion in 2017.
The California Public Employees’ Retirement System has reported a 7.8 percent total return for its real estate portfolio.
Clarion Partners recently formed a $400 million joint venture with Taconic Investment Partners.
Hotel investors are more confident about the lodging sector.
The mean time for funds to be in the market has steadily fallen since 2013.