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Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc., breaks down the current institutional investing market in this monthly podcast. This month he has more to say about the consolidation of the largest investment management firms, and he also reports on the new video version of the Market Navigator series, the company's upcoming Editorial Advisory Board meetings in Laguna Beach, Bangkok and Rome, and continuing life and times of Larry Hull, a long-time force in the institutional investing field and a personal mentor and close friend to Mr. Dohrmann.
Luis Belmonte, a partner at Seven Hills Properties, a real estate development company, recently authored the book Get Rich Slowly: Invest in Real Estate. During this interview, Belmonte elaborates on a host of real estate-related subjects, including why he believes industrial is the property type of the future.
Ron Zeff, founder and chief executive of Carmel Partners, a national real estate investment manager specializing in acquisition, development, renovation and management of multifamily projects, discusses the multifamily housing sector — its current status, its outlook, the demographic trends that bode well for its future, as well as the forces that might cloud its fortunes.
Peter Steil, CEO of the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (better known as NCREIF), discusses the article his organization contributed to the September 2013 edition of The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Americas that outlines plans for creating a common data submission process within the commercial real estate investment industry.
Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc., shares insights from the company's Editorial Advisory Board meetings in Laguna Beach, Bangkok and Rome. Among the topics are investor and manager unease about interest rates, cap rates and tapering of the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing program.