July 2014

Non-traded REIT Phillips Edison – ARC Shopping Center REIT Inc. revealed last week that it’s looking at “strategic alternatives”—and it’s likely the Cincinnati, Ohio–based company will attract plenty of suitors. read more Related Posts:No Related […]

Office and industrial properties achieved full recovery nationwide by the second half of 2014, with cap rates compressing and prices skyrocketing. This is pushing investors to either reposition existing gems in their portfolios or pick […]

Bigger players are swallowing up smaller competitors in the rapidly-evolving single-family rental industry. Louisiana led all U.S. states in the value of industrial construction projects during 2013. Chipotle is now the most popular brand among […]

Which are the top American cities today, how do they rank on a global scale, and what will they be like tomorrow? The answers to these questions can vary from one study to another, depending […]

Sales Surge on European NPLs

by on July 15, 2014

Forget Wimbledon and tourist attractions such as the Roman Coliseum, U.S. investors are flocking to Europe to pursue lucrative opportunities in the non-performing loan (NPL) market. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by […]

The Wanda Group will invest $900 million in Chicago, to build the city’s third tallest building. Vornado Realty Trust is leading a partnership to buy the retail portion of the St. Regis Hotel on Manhattan’s […]

Major shifts have taken place in the commercial real estate industry, which is transforming from a highly localized, deal-driven business to an international market characterized by lower transactions costs, abundant information, lower risk premiums and […]

Office landlord Paramount Group is looking into a possible $15 billion IPO, reports Reuters. Target is asking customers to leave their guns at home before visiting the retailer, according to Bloomberg. Kroger agrees to acquire […]