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Lisa Fu

Lisa Fu is a PERE reporter based in New York. She covers private real estate news and trends primarily in the Americas. Prior to joining PERE, she covered US equities as an intern at Business Insider’s Markets Insider vertical and at Bloomberg’s First Word desk. She also spent some time as an intern at Fortune. Lisa is a graduate of the University of Georgia. She holds a degree in Journalism (AB) and New Media Certificate from the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications and a degree in Economics (AB) from the Terry College of Business.

Is co-working having its ‘Emperor’s new clothes’ moment?

SoftBank’s interest in WeWork has waned, prompting questions about what the value is in co-working businesses.

Longpoint Realty closes on $280m debut fund – Exclusive

The Boston-based firm was backed by investors that included Chicago Teachers and Texas Permanent School Fund.

RE debt fundraising sees 48% drop

Capital raised for real estate debt funds in 2018 fell precipitously after peaking at $39bn the previous year.

PERE Predictions 2019: Chicago Teachers sees boost in RE debt allocations

Bracing for a possible market downturn in 2019, the Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund sees allocations to real estate debt strategies as one way for pensions to meet the liabilities of their beneficiaries.

PERE Predictions 2019: Oregon State sees a year of logistics aggregation

The Portland-based public pension believes institutional investors will increasingly look to scale their industrial portfolios.

PODCAST: Highway to the opportunity zone

PERE talks with several experts to break down the opportunities, risks and rules that come with the new US federal program creating buzz among real estate investors.

UBS: 5 questions to ask of the real estate sector in 2019

Building a resilient portfolio with a focus on income is what will drive outperformance in the next stage of the cycle, the Swiss bank says.

GTIS launches opportunity zone strategy – Exclusive

Additional guidance issued by the IRS and Treasury Department gave the New York-based firm the clarity it needed to move forward with the initiative, senior executives said.

Back the future or get left behind

Tom Arnold, global head of real estate at the world’s biggest private real estate institutional investor, ADIA, knows real estate portfolios must be reinvented to stave off obsolescence – just like any other product or service. He told PERE’s New York audience how the Abu Dhabi-based investor is keeping itself fresh.

Back the future or get left behind

Tom Arnold, global head of real estate at the world’s biggest private real estate institutional investor, ADIA, knows real estate portfolios must be reinvented to stave off obsolescence – just like any other product or service. He told PERE’s New York audience how the Abu Dhabi-based investor is keeping itself fresh.

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