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Since lumping the two underrepresented groups together is failing to close private real estate’s racial gap, a new, separate approach is due
The Chicago-based firm's new scholarship program aims to bring on Black and Latinx students as summer interns and ultimately hire them as full-time staff.
Billions of dollars have been poured into turning the Farley Building into a state-of-the-art office complex and train hall.
Hotels was the worst performing real estate sector in H1 2020, but some managers are banking on a rebound in the sector.
As retail and office sectors trend toward volatility, the steady returns of sale-and-leaseback strategies are becoming attractive fixed-income substitutes.
For the industry groups spearheading the global initiative to standardize reporting, the pandemic has created new reporting requirements that may remain for the long term.
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The covid-19 crisis has accelerated two different shifts in how properties with a space-as-a-service component will be valued.
Firms are prioritizing transparency and maintaining comprehensive, highly detailed data as investor reporting requests mount during covid-19.
A shift towards more equity-like return characteristics is on the cards for the asset class, writes Dr Paul Kennedy, managing director, JPMorgan Asset Management
Capital providers are seeing writedowns in their portfolios and accepting that valuations and underlying assumptions will vary during this uncertain time.
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