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Cushman’s Harmon: Partial-interest sales driving big deals

Such transactions accounted for 60 percent of billion-dollar sales in Manhattan in 2016, compared with 42 percent in 2015.

PERE: RE fundraising tumbled in 2016

The number of the funds that reached a final close in 2016 was the lowest in eight years, according to new fundraising data.

AFIRE: ‘Washington, DC has fallen out of favor’

The US capital has dropped off the list of foreign investors’ top 5 US cities for the first time in the 25-year history of the real estate association’s annual survey.

A look ahead: Aberdeen Asset Management

The maturing of Millennials and aging of the Baby Boomers will help to influence investment areas for the Aberdeen, Scotland-based investment management group’s multi-manager arm in 2017.

A look back: Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom

The New York-based law firm said that real estate debt funds generated a lot of business for the company in 2016.

PERE exec on Carson: ‘Our business isn’t brain surgery’

The retired neurosurgeon’s lack of experience with housing policy was baffling to some, but an asset in the eyes of Avanath Capital’s founder.

Paladin: Trump’s impact on Mexico ‘likely overstated’

The Los Angeles-based real estate fund manager did not anticipate that the US president-elect’s policies would be detrimental to the Latin American country or the rest of the region.

Catella: Tomorrow’s five highest yielding European cities

Using new risk-based analysis, the Stockholm-based real estate advisor and investment manager has named the five best and worst performing European cities in terms of projected average commercial property yields between 2016 and 2020. 

Survey: Investor confidence in RE continues to fall

Institutional sentiment on the asset class has declined for the fourth year in a row, according to a new report from Cornell University and Hodes Weill.

Probitas: 53% of investors seek new managers

The percentage of institutions actively looking to add new relationships has soared from just 30% last year.

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