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Micolyn Magee, a principal at the Townsend Group and veteran of the institutional real estate business, talks with us about the current investing environment, including what is peaking investor interest, the trend toward real assets, benchmarking versus absolute return, the difficult fundraising environment, and the rising level of uncalled investment capital.
An interview with Jack Corgel, a professor at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, as well as a consultant with PKF Hospitality Research. Corgel was one of the authoritative sources contributing to a story about institutional investing in the hotel sector and published in the June 2013 edition of The Institutional Real Estate Letter — Americas. Corgel discusses the signs he is seeing that institutional investors are starting to make bigger financial commitments to the hotel sector, particularly in the United States.
A discussion of a new report titled How Latin American Pension Funds Invest Their Assets, produced by Campollo Consulting and co-authored by this podcast's guests, Carmen Campollo of Campollo Consulting, and Peter Wall of Wall's Street Advisor Services.
Richard Fleming, editor of The Institutional Real Estate Letter — Europe, elaborates on an article he authored about the European logistics sector suddenly picking up the pace, with transaction activity more than doubling during first quarter 2013.
Dr. Peter Linneman is emeritus professor of real estate at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as principal of Linneman Associates, a consulting and research firm specializing in commercial real estate investments and strategy. He is also CEO and founder of the American Land Fund and KL Realty. During this podcast Dr. Linneman shares his views on interest rates, inflation, and his forecasts on economic growth, the single-family housing market, core investing and what he deems the most attractive real estate investing opportunities in the current market.