Home North America

North America

With so little clarity on property values during covid-19, appraisers are relying more on anecdotal commentary and getting creative to gain more market insight.
How does the private real estate industry measure performance when the pandemic has made valuing assets so difficult?
Predictability and stability are what managers look for when selecting a jurisdiction for their latest vehicle. But that does not mean the domicile universe is set in stone.
As the onshore/offshore debate intensifies, the Caribbean jurisdiction has issued new private fund legislation to align with its peers.
The second smallest state in the US is a powerhouse for fund domiciliation thanks to its regulatory and tax environment and a pool of third-party providers.
Two valuation management firms share their strategies for assessing a property’s worth during a time of massive dislocation and uncertainty.
Whether you condone a carrot or stick approach, implementing a rigid recruitment policy makes sense for a sector still sorely lacking in diversity.
Leniency from banks has given private real estate lenders flexibility to pass down, but leveraged investments remain a ticking timebomb.
Private real estate veteran Sonny Kalsi is pushing aggressive recruiting policies at BentallGreenOak before the momentum fades from this summer’s protests against racial injustice. Measures include a 66.7% minorities and women minimum recruitment target and financial penalties for missing it.
Recent commitments by Amazon and Facebook signal the long-term stability of large office markets amid the pandemic disruption
pere
pere

Copyright PEI Media

Not for publication, email or dissemination