Summit Journal, the official publication of AFIRE, has been named the Best Information/Publishing Product by the 2022 International & European Association Awards, the official awards program of the Association of Association Executives (AAE).
The AAE, a professional society with offices in the UK, Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, India, and Kenya, has been hosting International & European Association Awards program since 2006. The ethos of all the AAE Awards is recognizing success and sharing the know-how across associations. The awards are supported by the most distinguished associations and societies, and have the highest reputation for fair and good practices.
Judges for the award noted that Summit is “a good magazine that looks appealing and well written. This is an example for all organizations that publish a journal.”
This recognition from the AAE adds to Summit’s already extensive list of fifteen other top awards for design, information, and editorial direction, including the 2022 Tabbie Award, 2022 Gold MarComm Award, 2022 PR Daily Nonprofit Award, and several others.
Summit Journal is the official, award-winning publication of AFIRE, the association for international real estate investors focused on commercial property in the United States. Readers stand at the intersection of real estate, institutional investing, data science, and economics.
Published multiple times per year in digital and print formats, Summit features articles and original ideas and research from investors, executive leaders, and academics from around the world, focused on the research and analysis of real estate capital markets, cross-border issues, policy, demographics, technology trends, and management topics.
Summit is a free, open access trade journal. (View on Sherpa Romeo.)
ISSN 2689-6249 (Print)
ISSN 2689-6257 (Online)
FROM THE LATEST ISSUE:
With the case for sustainability already well-established, how can (and should) real estate continue to lead?
Gunnar Branson | AFIRE
In addition to offering inflation protection and lower volatility, real estate also offers something that other asset classes can’t: the opportunity to invest in tangible, positive change.
Shane Taylor | CBRE Investment Management
The future path of long-term interest rates in the US and why it matters.
Alexis Crow, PhD | PwC
Amidst myriad global economic and geopolitical uncertainties, US commercial real estate has an even greater challenge ahead: demographics.
Martha S. Peyton and Caitlin Ritter | Aegon Asset Management
The sooner we can recognize that values have come down collectively—even beyond the office sector—the sooner we can move forward to capitalizing on new opportunities.
Dags Chen, CFA | Barings Real Estate
Even as the US office sector has lagged other property types, there could be an important (and valuable) difference of office performance based on property age and market.
William Maher and Scot Bommarito | RCLCO
Workers spending less time in the office post-pandemic may seem negative for the office sector, but a four-day workweek can be a boon for some office property owners.
Kevin Fagan, Xiaodi Li, and Natalie Ambrosio Preudhomme | Moody’s
A close-in look at twenty major US metros and thousands of properties shows how the overall impact of rising expense loads have narrowed NOI margins. Investors should take note.
Gleb Nechayev, CRE and Webster Hughes, PhD | Berkshire Residential Investments
In the wake of the Great FinancialCrisis, certain metros in the Sand States suffered disproportionally. It may not be as bad this time.
Stewart Rubin and Dakota Firenze | New York Life Real Estate Investors
Not all storms are the same, and some are so tragic that they force a moment of universal recalibration. Hurricane Ian was one of those storms—but what does that mean for real estate?
Rajeev Ranade and Owen Woolcock | Climate Core Capital
The Asia-Pacific region is already home to some of the world’s largest economies and now set to lead global economic growth. What’s moving the needle now for the APAC region?
Simon Treacy and Yu Jin Ow | CapitaLand Investment
For e-commerce property investors, the past decade was outstanding, but even as market dynamics are slowing industrial’s momentum, market fundamentals remain sound.
Mehta Randhawa | JLL