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Richard Fleming, editor of the Europe edition of The Institutional Real Estate Letter, discusses the affinity between global cities and real estate investors, based on his story title, "A good fit: Global cities and real estate investors are best mates."
In a yield-starved market, increasing interest in commercial real estate debt has been driven by the excess yield it can offer – across the credit-risk and duration spectrum. Listen in as experts in both public and private real estate debt discuss strategies for investors to help enhance yield while adding diversification versus traditional fixed income alternatives.
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Featured this month is Paul Rose, who authored a piece in the September edition of The Institutional Real Estate Letter about the growing appetite for property investment among the world’s sovereign wealth funds. Rose is a professor of law and executive director of law and capital markets at Ohio State University. He is also a researcher of sovereign wealth funds.
President Obama has issued an executive order directing the government to create an infrastructure bank, and at least four bills are floating among the houses of Congress with that intent. Our guest, Michael Likosky, an expert to the Clinton Global Initiative, discusses the opportunity an infrastructure bank would present to institutional investors, as well as how an upgraded infrastructure would significantly boost U.S. economic growth.
Amy Tait, chairman and CEO of Broadstone Real Estate, discusses the operational strategies being pursued by her company, which operates Broadstone Net Lease, a non-traded real estate investment trust, and Broadtree Homes, a fund that invests in the single-family home rental market.