Years of quantitative easing produced record-low returns on fixed-income products, driving additional capital into property. How much of this new round of stimulus, at a time of even-lower interest rates, will follow suit?
From the Current Issue
Apartment investors are closely watching developments as the novel coronavirus pandemic creates economic disruption.
The editors of Institutional Real Estate, Inc.’s regional publications discuss some of the possible implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for the commercial real estate investment world.
Our goal is to set an initial strategic context for the $6 trillion U.S. institutional real estate market and to imagine scenarios that can be revisited and refined over time as the pandemic runs its course.
Never in my life have I seen so many people opining on a topic as confusing as this one.
The global economic effects of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease COVID-19 will likely accelerate and reinforce existing trends in the REIT market.
The $25 billion San Francisco Employees Retirement System has issued a call to action for all pension funds to join in a larger effort to combat COVID-19.
The $2.7 billion Baltimore Fire & Police Employees’ Retirement System has put its search for real estate managers on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Fundraising in the first three months of the year was higher than in fourth quarter 2019, but well below the average quarterly fundraising total of the past three years.