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.
Real estate investors are currently juggling two industry absolutes: New buildings must be built, and the real estate cycle must eventually turn. What makes development so risky at any point in the cycle? Does development risk differ across property types? What methods are available for mitigating risk? And what role do advancements in technology play in driving new construction? We talk with contributing reporter Reg Clodfelter, who recently authored a feature story on the topic, about the answers to those questions.
An interview with Richard C. Wilson, author of The Family Office Book: Investing Capital for the Ultra-Affluent. Wilson works with single- and multi-family offices and the ultra-wealthy. His team at the G.T.C. Institute operates the 40,000-member Family Offices Group association, the Qualified Family Office Professional training program, and writes a newsletter titled “Family Office Monthly.”
An interview with contributing reporter Anna Robaton who wrote the cover story for the December 2012 edition of The Institutional Real Estate Letter — Americas. The story is a forecast of what the institutional real estate industry might expect in 2013.
Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc. breaks down the current institutional investment market in this monthly podcast.
An interview with Sheila Hopkins, managing director of our European operations. Hopkins recently attended EXPO REAL, the International Trade Fair for Property and Investment, held in Munich, Germany, where she learned about the grandiose plans being touted by the Russian government to double the size of Moscow with a project called New Moscow, essentially a second city center to help alleviate the many problems confronting the Russian capital.