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  • Institutional Portfolio

    One Type of Transaction is Key to Pricing RE Secondaries

    Certain types of transactions are key to helping real estate secondaries buyers and sellers find common ground on pricing deals.

    July 8, 2016
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    The Funds That Could Drive RE Secondaries Growth

    Landmark Partners and CBRE expect 2016 deal flow for real estate secondaries to be less than 2015 volume, but the type of deals could get even more interesting thanks to peak vintage funds reaching the end of their lives.

    July 4, 2016
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    Why Women Don’t Aspire to the CRE C-Suite

    Gender inequality in commercial real estate focuses on the pay gap between men and women, but it’s worth noting that just a small percentage of women aspire to join the C-suite.

    April 1, 2016
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    The Future of Real Estate: the City or the Suburb?

    Are real estate fund managers and lenders missing investment opportunities in the suburbs by focusing so much of their investment strategies on the city?

    March 18, 2016
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    How Anbang Will Take Over the World

    Anbang Insurance is on a spending spree and wants to be a global leader in everything from finance to real estate, healthcare and energy.

    March 16, 2016
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  • Institutional Portfolio

    Where FIRPTA Reforms Will Hurt Most

    Experts from AFIRE and Wafra discuss how the FIRPTA reforms will affect foreign investors interested in U.S. real estate.

    March 13, 2016
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  • Institutional Portfolio

    Mistakes Emerging Managers Make With Commingled Funds

    Operators shouldn’t be blinded by the real estate blind pool and consider raising LP capital through allocators and programmatic JVs as they look to become emerging investment managers.

    February 8, 2016
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    The Reason China’s Slowdown Won’t Kill U.S. Real Estate

    Many institutional investors argue there’s been a permanent shift in cross-border capital flows targeting U.S. commercial real estate, and any slowdown in Chinese capital inflows is merely part of the ebb and flow of real estate capital markets.

    February 2, 2016
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    Will Fundraising Slow Down in 2016?

    Limited partners in Asia could be the bright spot on a slower fundraising landscape in 2016, according to a partner at Monument Group, as investors deal with an overhang of dry powder and maturing portfolios.

    January 18, 2016
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    Fund-of-funds Thrive on DC Cash

    Jack Foster, the man who created Franklin Templeton’s real assets multimanager business and REITs platform and is departing the firm this month, says it’s getting “harder and harder” for fund-of-funds shops to succeed.

    January 12, 2016
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    How Property Manager Scorecards Boost Returns

    By adopting a data-driven property manager scorecard approach, firms such as TIAA-CREF are generating extra total returns for their assets.

    January 4, 2016
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    In Interest Rate Hike, Focus on the Long Term

    The increase in interest rates by the Federal Reserve will make commercial real estate more attractive to investors, say experts from American Realty Advisors and CBRE, as the asset class continues to enjoy its “Goldilocks” moment.

    December 21, 2015
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