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Norm Miller is a professor of real estate at the University of San Diego, and former vice president of analytics for the CoStar Group. He is also editor of the Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, which he founded in 2009 with the support of CoStar. Among his areas of interest and research is office and workplace trends, which he discusses in this podcast.
A discussion with Jack Rodman, an executive with Crosswater Realty Advisors regarding the column he wrote and was published in the Americas and Asia Pacific editions of The Institutional Real Estate Letter. It is Rodman’s contention that China is headed down the same road Japan followed when its economic miracle imploded two decades ago. During this interview he explains why.
A discussion about real estate investing in Latin America with Melissa Reagen, head of property research for the region at Aberdeen Asset Management. Reagen contributed an article in the May edition of The Institutional Real Estate Letter that discusses the lucrative investment opportunities in overlooked Latin American nations.
Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc. breaks down the current institutional investing market in this monthly podcast. This month he discusses renewed investment activity in Europe, the new appetite among U.S. investors for secondary markets such as Austin, Charlotte, Denver and Houston, as well as IREI's just-completed and upcoming conferences, and his own upcoming schedule of events and speaking engagements.
Micolyn Magee, a principal at the Townsend Group and veteran of the institutional real estate business, talks with us about the current investing environment, including what is peaking investor interest, the trend toward real assets, benchmarking versus absolute return, the difficult fundraising environment, and the rising level of uncalled investment capital.