The COVID-19 crisis highlights the advantages of single-family living and appears to have accelerated an existing trend of migration to less dense, more affordable areas.
According to American Realty Advisors, the future of residential investments is all about demographics—and the forces behind them.
During a time of unprecedented uncertainty and disruption, how should businesses approach the “new metrics of performance,” and how will ESG evolve in 2021?
Though leverage is an important part of capital funding, it’s important to ask LPs if (and how) they should take control of their real estate leverage.
The events of the past year have driven businesses to confront racial inequity, but some still shy away from the challenging language needed to make real, restorative, and economic progress.
How is commercial real
estate set to perform in the
post-COVID world? As COVID-19 vaccine distribution commences, it is time to turn attention to prospects for CRE performance in the post-COVID world.
The investment community can have an active role in an equitable economic recovery—but it will require the necessary discomfort of recasting the traditional risk/return framework.
The Brookings Institution looks at structural market trends to facilitate a more transparent and inclusive conversation in real estate.
Non-US-based investors face
the disclosure regime of the
Corporate Transparency Act.
What do you need to know?
A new white paper from New York Life Real Estate Investors looks at climate and flood risks affecting commercial real estate in cities across the US.
We are particularly interested in informed ideas, research, and analyses that provide original insights on regular topics—and especially those ideas that challenge popular assumptions.
The latest joint report from the Praedium Group and SitusAMC looks at rising fiscal pressures on state and local governments, including large-scale changes accelerated by the pandemic.
How are shorthand labels like the “Sun Belt” and the “Rust Belt” shaping investment decisions? Should they?
AFIRE members and other readers of Summit Journal may notice that this issue looks a bit . . . different? That’s because it is.
The 2021 AFIRE International Investor Survey seeks your opinion on key challenges, opportunities, and future trends for US real estate.
The world is changing and so is the way we work. What are the steps investors and managers should take to set up office assets for the future?
Gone are the days when industrial was a niche sector not worth most institutional investors’ attention. But over the last five years, what is now called “logistics” in Europe has firmly established itself as one of the key sectors on par with office, retail, and residential.
The COVID-19 pandemic wrought massive shifts in behavior, as social distancing and other public health protocols reshaped our daily lives. Using alternative and traditional data analysis can help navigate the post-COVID-19 office investment landscape.
The pandemic has rekindled the old debate about real estate dynamics in cities versus the suburbs. But real estate is cyclical, so to see what the future holds, watch the fundamentals.
Is diversification in real estate portfolios about buildings or about the places where they’re built? How investors define their diversification strategies varies within the property level, and others, at the city level.