Artificial intelligence was the most talked-about technology of 2018 because it can collect, aggregate and organize data efficiently and much more quickly.
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In the current environment, where many investors are trying to reduce their number of manager relationships, getting the attention of an investor is more important than ever.
Real estate fundamentals are in a good position; however, risks are growing from rising government gridlock.
Latin America’s leading economies continue to benefit from a convergence of long-term demographic, economic and political trends.
The recently negotiated U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, is a win for commercial real estate.
Chicago has demographic challenges as well as significant fiscal issues, but it also boasts a well-educated workforce and a world-class CBD.
With near-record pricing for all main property types globally and a backdrop of rising interest rates, investors continue to search for value-creation opportunities in off-market situations.
Domestic and geopolitics in particular have commanded a great deal of investor attention over the past 12 months.
From technology to economics, connection was the theme at Institutional Real Estate, Inc.’s 2019 Visions, Insights & Perspectives (VIP) Americas conference.
Landmark Partners tallied 100 real estate secondary transactions, representing $5.3 billion of net asset value that closed or were placed under contract in 2018.
The U.S. economy will continue to support demand for real estate in 2019, reports UBS.
The 2018 calendar year brought a significant shift in new manager selection activity, according to bfinance.
Norway’s $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund, the Government Pension Fund Global, is making changes to its real estate investment plans.
Real estate returns for institutional investors, as measured by the NCREIF Property Index, dropped again during fourth quarter 2018.
Only 23 funds announced final closings during the fourth quarter, raising an aggregate $13.1 billion of equity.