As investors look for sustainable sources of inflation-protected yield, real estate investment is increasingly blurring into a wider range of “digital” real asset investment strategies.
The mainstreaming of non-traditional property types is well on its way within institutional investing, which will materially broaden the real estate investment universe.
Real estate investments have historically coalesced around common property types—but it may make sense for investors to reconsider specialty property sectors in the post-COVID world.
Summit Journal, the official publication of AFIRE, is currently seeking abstracts, proposals, and submissions for the Spring 2022 issue, which will be published in March/April 2022.
As sustainable investing continues to grow in popularity, family offices have taken note.
Employees are increasingly demanding flexibility and choice for where (and when) they work. What strategies can landlords implement to adapt?
Debt funds remain a comparatively small part of the real estate investment market, but they have been gaining in prominence in recent years.
The commercial real estate industry may not yet fully grasp the actual relationship between climate risk and asset pricing and value. But the knowledge is coming fast.
No matter your age or experience, 2021 has shaped up to be a year that no one can forget. Findings from the AFIRE 2021 Mid-Year Pulse Survey detail a cautious road ahead.
Taken together, the ideas discussed in the Fall 2021 issue of Summit Journal do not represent a new consensus—nor should they. Value is not derived from consensus, but from ingenuity.
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?