If we picture the commercial real estate cycle as a clock, the market today would be somewhere between 9 o’clock and high noon—what has been dubbed by some a “post-recovery” investment environment. Previously, this would have been the go-go part of the cycle, with … Continue reading
By Jim Costello Managing Director, Americas Research CBRE Global Research & Consulting We live in the world of tomorrow. Many of the technological marvels highlighted in the science fiction of the past are science facts of our world today. However, … Continue reading
NAREIM member Dan Stravinsky wrote recently about how Berkshire Property Advisors retained key talent in the wake of downsizing. Reprinted with permission of the Society for Human Resource Management (www.shrm.org), Alexandria, VA, publisher of HR Magazine. For a print copy, … Continue reading
The NAREIM/FPL Executive Compensation 4Q Pulse Survey was just released – and the news is positive: Eighty-two percent (82%) of participants reported improved company performance over 2012 Approximately half of the C-suite executives included in our study did not have a … Continue reading
There were so many discussions this year at NAREIM. Discover some of the arguments, some of the thoughts and some of the insights by reading the 2012/13 Yearbook: Click here to view the full yearbook on-line.
In today’s world—where the demands of both institutional capital and real estate users are having a significant impact on the real estate investment management industry—investment strategies, compensation trends, succession and career development plans, and diversity initiatives are in flux and ripe for change. These topics … Continue reading
The FPL/NAREIM Pulse Report for the 3rd Quarter 2013 is now available. Click here for a full report Over the past thirty years, the real estate investment management (REIM) industry has grown dramatically as the sector has matured and real … Continue reading
NAREIM CEO Gunnar Branson was interviewed on www.privcapre.com in September of 2013.
Cities have always been the incubators of invention and progress. Greater population density offers greater opportunity for collaboration and specialization of skills and knowledge—key to innovation, growth, and wealth. If an area has no gravitational pull to attract bright, ambitious … Continue reading
Our products occupy city blocks and air space, hopefully becoming a lasting mark on our landscape. In a time of constant change, they stand still; permanently attached…or do they? At this summer’s Acquisitions and Asset Management meeting, we learned that … Continue reading