Institutional Real Estate Americas

November 1, 2022: Vol. 34, Number 10

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Industrial alternatives: With industrial pricing remaining tight, investors look to cold storage, truck yards and other subcategories

Competition in the industrial market has been robust through the first half of the year, with fundamentals across the board continuing to break records as the construction pipelines grow. JLL’s second-quarter United States Industrial Outlook notes much of the tenant movement is due to the influx of inventories being delivered following the supply-chain crisis earlier […]


Shop talk: A conversation with Jim Kane

Global economic losses from natural catastrophes such as floods, hurricanes and wildfires reached $270 billion in 2021, according to an annual report published by reinsurance giant Swiss Re. Though less than half of those losses ($111 billion) were actually insured, the figure equaled the fourth-largest payout since the Swiss Re Institute, the insurer’s research arm, […]


The rentability factor: Environmental considerations are likely to have the biggest investment impact on global REITs

The full scope of the REIT sector’s contribution to global carbon emissions has not been fully quantified, which could affect the valuation of listed REITs that aren’t keeping pace with recent advancements in emissions reduction programs. In addition, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Initiative definitions do not translate well […]


Supply and demand trends favor multifamily investment

With many Americans delaying homeownership — given low supply, high pricing and rising interest rates — that has in turn created a growing demand for rental housing. This is contributing to rising rents and presenting opportunity for investors to capitalize on the abundance of new renters, increased competition and demand that is outpacing supply, says […]


September CPI, job gains pressure Fed to remain hawkish

September’s rising inflation and solid job gains will keep pressure on the Federal Reserve to maintain its course, with additional increases in the target federal funds rate. The Consumer Price Index rose 0.4 percent in September, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and was up 8.2 percent year-over-year. In addition, the U.S. economy added […]


CEOs prepare for recession but expect growth over next three years

A majority of U.S. CEOs are confident about growth over the next three years and the resilience of their companies in the near term, as they have been preparing for a recession by implementing new strategies to drive efficiency and expansion, according to the KPMG 2022 U.S. CEO Outlook, which features insights from more than […]

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