The Trump administration has brought sweeping change to financial markets already, with potentially “radical” changes ahead.
From the Current Issue
Core assets’ ability to generate reliable income has made them a staple of institutional portfolios, especially in the current low-growth environment.
Build-to-core strategies are gaining traction among investors.
Commercial real estate investors who equate sustainability only with building certifications are behind the curve.
Bentall Kennedy and Pine Street Group developed Via6, a Seattle apartment property, as a “vertical neighborhood.”
In 2016, Latin American public real estate had one of its best years on record.
We believe the outlook for commercial real estate in a moderately rising-rate environment is more akin to a glass half full than half empty.
A relatively modest allocation to private markets could increase the return potential and reduce the overall volatility of a typical DC plan portfolio.
For potential risk-adjusted returns, class B apartments around the urban core stand as tall as any other property asset class in 2017.
With this edition, we are pleased to announce the launch of the latest edition of Institutional Real Estate, Inc.’s website.
Early numbers are in for real estate investment funds closing in first quarter 2017 — and they look a bit anemic when compared with the same period of 2016.
The U.S. CMBS delinquency rate, which has moved steadily higher during 11 of the past 13 months, continued its climb in March.
Yale University’s $25.4 billion endowment recorded a total return of 3.4 percent in fiscal year 2016.
The San Francisco investment market continues to reign as one of the strongest markets in the country.
More than 80 percent of fund managers raised capital for deployment through private real estate vehicles in 2016, with investors committing a total of $128.4 billion.
Stronger economic growth, the availability of debt capital and a more positive outlook from investors are expected to drive global capital flows in 2017
Institutional interest and investment in the student housing sector is growing and totaled approximately $9 billion in 2016.
Boston continues to be a strong property market, and investors have been turning to the city for office and healthcare property investments.