With uncertainty remaining high in real estate, potential outcomes for big cities may upend the long-running megatrend toward urbanization.
Institutional investment in single-family rentals accounts for less than 5% of the segment, but that balance could start to change.
AFIRE’s Summit Journal seeks future-focused thought leadership across finance, investing, real estate, ESG, technology, management, demography, economics, and more.
Could an idea to “bring back” New York after the pandemic work in other cities? (Adapted from “Real Estate: A Love Story” by Joshua Benaim.)
This special four-part series presents key ideas that point towards possible futures for the housing sector and institutional investors.
The 2021 AFIRE International Investor Survey offers a sense of calculated optimism for CRE investment in the year ahead.
For commercial real estate investors, inflation fears are real—but are they rational?
Housing—single-family, multifamily, rentals, and everything in between—is front-of-mind for thought leaders in Summit and the broader AFIRE membership.
Several key trends are forcing change in the global commercial real estate industry, driving demand for new skills. How is the industry responding?
Data center investments have proven resilient in periods of economic volatility—and they’re only going to become more essential and important into the future.
Delivering on the service promises of the on-demand economy requires the kind of reimagined supply chain that will support industrial real estate growth for years to come.
AFIRE has been awarded two Stevie Awards as part of the American Business Awards (ABA) 19th annual awards program.
The pandemic has heavily impacted the hospitality sector, but a growing wave of non-traditional investors has shown heightened interest in getting a piece of the evolving industry.
If history is a guide, the time to invest in hotels is when things look bleak. This appears to be one of those times.
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.