We have more than two decades of experience covering the North American institutional real estate marketplace. Our flagship publication, events and news surrounding this region are known as “musts” in the industry.
The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Americas is the premier publication catering to the institutional real estate marketplace in the United States and Canada, as well as the rest of the Americas. Launched in 1989, it is the bridge between the institutional investor and the investment advisers who serve them. It is known for its thought-provoking articles on today’s critical topics. Interviews with the most active industry players give each article perspectives and insights that its readership of decision makers depend on to help them tackle today’s challenges and shape future investment strategies. Learn More
IREI presents several high profile industry events with a regional focus.
One highlight is our bi-annual Editorial Advisory Board Meeting, a by-invitation-only forum and networking event designed to create and foster stimulating dialogue. There are no investment manager or consultant presentations and no speakers. Marketing is strictly prohibited. Attendees choose the topics of discussion ahead of time. The content of these meetings is confidential and for the benefit of participating board members only.
IREI manages a number of proprietary databases that track hard-to-find industry information. All information is sortable by region, giving you unprecedented access to market-by-market data. Information in these databases is available exclusively to our sponsoring firms.
- Investments Database
- Investors Database
- Product Fees Database
- Product Table Database
- Search Tracker Database
- Consultant Database
- Washington REIT acquires multifamily community on Columbia Pike in Arlington, VA
- PE funds invested $1.3b into real estate since January
- Office tower at Aventine sells for $150m
- U.S. apartment rents jump as tenant demand stays strong
- Square Mile-managed partnership sells W Hotel in downtown Atlanta after successful repositioning effort