Our podcasts are one more way for you to stay up-to-date on the global institutional real estate investment market wherever you are. Also, available on your mobile devices with Stitcher Radio and Apple Podcasts apps.
Tom Shapiro, founder and president of GTIS Partners, a firm that has invested $1.25 billion in Brazil, discusses his financial interests in Latin America's largest economy, other markets in the region that are attracting his interest, and the keys to successful real estate investing south of the U.S. border.
Carl Gomez, senior vice president and chief economist at Bentall Kennedy, is responsible for Canadian real estate and capital markets research. He has more than 12 years of experience in macroeconomic forecasting and real estate market analysis. In this podcast Gomez talks about the softening Canadian economy and the nation's real estate market.
Nick Cleary, director of infrastructure debt at Hastings Funds Management, discusses the current status of global infrastructure spending and the opportunities available to investors. You can contact Cleary by writing to email@example.com, or by calling 212-551-1939.
Sameer Jain, chief economist and managing director at American Realty Capital, discusses the advantages of non-traded REITs as compared with publicly traded REITs. During this interview he discusses the size and historic returns of the non-traded REIT industry, as well as its regulatory environment, which types of investors they are best suited to, and what investors get in return for the illiquid nature of this particular real estate investment vehicle. Sameer Jain can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-861-7726.
Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc. breaks down the current institutional investing market in this monthly podcast. This month he talks about The Fed's announcement that it plans to start winding down its quantitative easing program and the impact that decision has had on bond and stock markets. He also discusses China's decision to tighten credit, the improved U.S. housing market, single-family homes' potential for becoming an institutional asset class, and the current state of the U.S. office market.