A group of industry professionals share their perspectives on DEI in the commercial real estate investment industry.
From the Current Issue
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced dislocation within real estate markets. That has meant potential debt-investment opportunities.
The pandemic created an unforeseen dependency on technology, and this new normal is accelerating the changing landscape for how data is used, stored and processed.
Despite a wave of new lockdowns at the start of 2021, Partners Group expects an increase in activity in the global commercial real estate sector this year.
The conversation about diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the institutional real estate industry is not a new one, but it needs a new approach — accountability.
Several of the articles in this issue of Institutional Real Estate Americas take a look at diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the commercial real estate investment industry.
The Federal Reserve has signaled its intentions to maintain low interest rates in 2021.
The volume of real estate secondary transactions expanded in 2020, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to a new report by Aon’s The Townsend Group, office demand in the U.S. is expected to see a 9 percent to 12 percent decline over the next three to five years.
A total of 47 new investment funds were launched during fourth quarter 2020, resuming the climb after a dip in third quarter 2020.
The return for institutional investors as measured by the NCREIF Property Index (NPI) increased during fourth quarter 2020.