The practice and expectations of investing across all industries is undergoing major upheaval and the key to stability will mean looking beyond profit for profit’s sake.
Forecasts about the future of the office are often conflicting, but the looming tide of leadership transitions could change the script.
As insurance costs spiral out of control, a 1400-year-old tradition is poised to offer long-term, sustainable growth for investments.
Mobile information technology has upended US land use regulation, and the effects of this tech upheaval are finally coming into view.
Logistics was the winner of the pandemic—but is its rise built to last? Recent developments represent headwinds to last year’s recovery.
While the market rarely sends clear signals, market conditions are replete with clues, but a move to risk-off strategies could be useful.
Through the rest of this year, investors forecast challenges for global capital, but thoughtful investors are forging ahead.
The Summer/Fall 2022 issue of Summit confronts uncertainties about the future of commercial real estate investment, and finds new opportunities in the mix.
Summit Journal, the official, award-winning publication of AFIRE, seeks the latest ideas, research, forecasts, and thought leadership for Fall/Winter 2022.
In the current era of globalization, failures of governance, investment, and development can no longer be easily swept under the rug.
Two years after offices closed in the US due to the COVID pandemic, the debate over the long-term future of the office continues. What should office investment look like going forward?
As a labor-intensive and service-oriented asset class, hospitality is uniquely positioned to be a leader in advancing sustainability goals for investors.
While continuation vehicles in real estate were once viewed as a signal of delay or failure, market sentiment is rapidly changing.
As an increasingly popular asset class for institutional investors, single-family rentals are supported by strong future demand drivers to propel sector outperformance.
The US is in the middle of one of the biggest housing crises that the country has ever seen. A more resilient approach to housing will be critical as inflation pushes rents ever-higher.
US garden apartment investments are offering outsized return potential—but access remains a challenge.
Be careful about advice you hear from surveys— it will not always play out as expected.
Allianz Real Estate “Cities That Work” study applies a current office sector outlook to understand what makes London, Stockholm, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Paris the top cities for office investment.
Except during two World Wars in the first half of the last century, when troops were deployed overseas, the US working age population has never declined. As of 2021, that statement is no longer true.
The new 2022 AFIRE International Investor Survey Report reveals future institutional investment trends as the pandemic transformed preferences for how we live, work, and play.