New real estate managers are spinning off properties into new vehicles, giving them capital and a track record.
The majority of international investors surveyed intend to increase their investment in U.S. real estate in the next three to five years.
James S. Corl joined Cohen & Steers as an executive vice president to head the REIT manager's new private real estate business.
Industrial properties could occupy a larger slice of asset owners’ portfolios due to huge investor interest.
Returns for favored property types in the U.S. and Canada are expected to trend lower over the next two years, a report found.
A massive distressed investment opportunity is coming — mainly in real estate and other sectors pummeled by the COVID-19 recession.
Aksia executives are working to reduce conflicts of interest with clients as it seeks to expand.
Discussions of social issues and diversity were front and center at recent industry conferences.
Real estate managers are again investing in single family homes for rent but this time they are investing in developments.
Managers are again buying single-family homes to rent, but assembling portfolios is harder because there aren't as many foreclosures.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted trends in real estate investing, accelerating some while putting others on hold.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a reminder that real estate is not immune to cycles and that underwriting and risk management is "super important."
NREP closed its latest Nordic real estate fund at $2.2 billion, raising about half of the capital during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Real estate investors and managers are trying to assess whether the flight to the suburbs and smaller cities is permanent.
Retail real estate is fading from institutional portfolios but is not expected to disappear altogether.
Most real estate sectors are expected to be changed by the pandemic and the ensuing recession.
John Kropke is joining Principal Real Estate Investors as a managing director to restart the firm's real estate operating company business.
How real estate investors will react to changes to the asset class depends on property type and strategy.
COVID-19 and the ensuing pandemic might result in investors reconsidering their real estate investments.
Rockpoint Group closed its latest opportunistic real estate fund, Rockpoint Real Estate Fund VI, at $3.8 billion, exceeding its target.
Bell Partners has closed its most recent multifamily real estate fund, Bell Apartment Fund VII, at its $950 million hard cap.
Blackstone Group's largest European real estate fund had a final close with $10.7 billion in assets.
Industrial real estate, one of the most popular sectors, might see declines due to the coronavirus crisis.
Many pension plans are underweight industrial but some plans are taking creative approaches.
Industrial properties have been a top performing real estate sector but, though still early, COVID-19 could cut into returns.