Commercial real estate investors are familiar with the eternal motto: “location, location, location,” but for a new generation, we should say, “demographics first”
Savvy investors are acutely aware that many fundamental measures of the US real estate market vary widely depending on the metro area
When it comes to comps, using immediate location as an exclusive reference base for analysis can obscure bigger-picture truths
Results points to strong fundamentals for commercial real estate in the US and growing concern about external risks.
The 2019 AFIRE Winter Conference explored the various types of understanding needed to move beyond fear
New York City took a double hit in an annual survey of real estate investors, which saw London overtake it in first place globally and Los Angeles tie it for top U.S. city
D.C. real estate continues steady decline among foreign investors as New York deposes London as top global city; China expected to become top US investor