editorial board, which will provide editorial guidance and peer review for the award-winning journal beginning in 2022.
As the global life sciences sector continues to grow, specialized
skills will be the keys to success.
The rise of the creator economy spells big changes for the multifamily sector.
What environmental safeguards will be necessary to prepare cities for climate change?
Urbanization, digitalization, and demographics are the key trends to watch for understanding the future of logistics real estate.
Though “impact investing” is no longer totally distinct from investing in general, investors still have a lot of work to do to fulfill the social and governance aspects of ESG expectations.
While most agree that the office sector has a difficult road ahead, there is less consensus about future demand in the sector. What are the indicators investors should be tracking?
With Brexit and pandemic resolutions coming into focus, pricing disparities could dissipate based on improved cross-border liquidity and cap rate compression in the London office market.
The evolution of global real estate education over the past three decades will be integral to developing a rich pipeline of talent for the future of commercial real estate.
Over the past two decades, the single-family rental industry has evolved into an institutional-caliber asset class—so where is the sector going next?
The future is bright for build-to-rent housing, and institutional investors are increasingly looking at investing in the sector.
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?