Is this focus on well-being a bellwether for the buildings of tomorrow or another passing fad?
From the Current Issue
The current emphasis on ESG has led many real estate investors and investment managers to link wellness and sustainability.
Promotion of employee health and well-being has become an important material element in many industries.
As real estate investors, we must think about our assets and portfolios as they may be influenced by multiple interacting trends.
The following are some of the matters investors should carefully consider before entering into a joint venture with a developer.
In 2018, we view the lodging industry with a sense of risk awareness.
The Editorial Advisory Board of this publication met in early April to discuss the most pressing issues facing the institutional real estate industry.
Owning a home may no longer be a necessary element of achieving the American dream.
Accompanying this month’s issue is our survey of investor sentiment, the 2018 Institutional Investors Real Estate Trends.
Everyone needs a place to live, and that truism is underpinning growth in rental and for-sale housing markets.
Investing in Argentina is not for the faint of heart. The market has been characterized by volatility, import tariffs and sovereign debt defaults. In 2012, a hedge fund seized a ship owned by the Argentine navy as part of a long-running legal battle related to bonds issued in 2001. And the country was in a recession as recently as 2016.
Industrial was the lone U.S. property sector to show a year-over-year transaction volume increase in 2017, growing 23.3 percent to nearly $60 billion.
Chinese investment in U.S. commercial real estate slowed in 2017, falling 55 percent following the imposition of capital controls.
The Federal Open Market Committee increased the target federal funds rate by 25 basis points to a target range of 1.50 percent to 1.75 percent.
As of early April, the database has tracked $27.4 billion raised by 21 funds closed in first quarter 2018.