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An interview with Kevin McTavish, a partner at Summit Capital, about the giant Eagle Ford Shale oil and natural gas field in Texas. McTavish characterizes the situation at Eagle Ford Shale as a "gold rush" for institutional investors in search of real estate investments. This interview is based on a story appearing in the March 2013 edition of The Institutional Real Estate Letter — Americas.
An interview with Sheila Hopkins, managing director of Institutional Real Estate, Inc.'s European operations. Hopkins elaborates on several new rules being contemplated or enacted by European regulators that affect institutional real estate investors, including Solvency II, Basel III, and other rules that limit executive compensation and require lenders to boost their financial reserves.
An interview with reporter Tyson Freeman regarding his article about institutional investors jumping into the single-family home rental market. Freeman's story, which appears in the March 2013 edition of The Institutional Real Estate Letter -- Americas, deals with questions pertaining to whether single-family homes can become a sustainable institutional real estate asset class, much as multi-family housing did years ago.
Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc. breaks down the current institutional investment market in this monthly podcast. This month's topics include the state of the global markets, uncalled capital, core investing, secondary markets, and the upcoming IREI Editorial Advisory Board Meeting.
Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc. breaks down the current institutional investment market in this monthly podcast. This month he reviews several of the subjects discussed at the spring 2013 Editorial Advisory Board meeting held in Santa Barbara, Calif., April 9-11.