Required reading for the institutional real estate investment world.
Must-attend networking and learning opportunites.
The 2017 Spring Editorial Advisory Board Meeting - Institutional Real Estate Americas is an open forum meeting designed to create and foster…!--> MORE INFO
The 2017 Editorial Advisory Board Meeting - Institutional Investing in Infrastructure (i3) is an open forum meeting designed to create and…!--> MORE INFO
Institutional Investing in Infrastructure (i3) (briefly known as IREI: Infrastructure Strategies) brings together institutional investors and…!--> MORE INFO
Market intelligence, timely introductions, and strategic advice.
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Infrastructure assets have provided the critical underlying structure to societies for centuries.…MORE INFO
- Qatar to invest £5b in Britain
- Barings raises €506m for European fund
- Ohio STRS to sell SF office for $473m
- Institutional interest in student housing grows
- TIAA JV buys California data center developer
- Fraport Greece signs €1b loan agreement for 14 regional airports
- INREV CEO to step down
- Priderock launches new debt fund
- German investor buys first hotel on West Coast
- SBB makes €474m purchase in Norway
Institutional Investing in Infrastructure
April 1, 2017: Vol. 10, Number 4SEE DETAILS>
Institutional Real Estate Americas
April 1, 2017: Vol. 29, Number 4SEE DETAILS>
Institutional Real Estate Newsline
March 24, 2017: Vol. 25, Number 12SEE DETAILS>
Real Assets Adviser
April 1, 2017; Vol. 4, Number 4SEE DETAILS>
Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific
April 1, 2017: Vol. 9, Number 4SEE DETAILS>
IREI Investment Guides
March 16, 2017: Emerging ManagersSEE DETAILS>
In Focus: Andreas Calianos on big data and strategy
Andreas Calianos, senior advisor at Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, discusses the use of big data and strategy in the institutional real estate market.
Inside the Edition: Debt funds raking in billions
Commercial real estate debt is having a moment. New mortgage lending in 2017 is forecast to reach $515 billion, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association — more than the $502 billion originated in 2016 and topping the $508 billion record set in 2007. And real estate debt funds are raising significant amounts of capital from investors. According to the FundTracker database, produced by Institutional Real Estate, Inc., debt-focused funds closed on $21.7 billion in 2016, representing 22.0 percent of total real estate fundraising. The story’s author, Loretta Clodfelter, editor of Institutional Real Estate Americas, explains why investors are fancying debt these days.