Americas – Page 6

  • New apartment supply
    Magazine

    Leaving (the single-family) home

    Listed 2014 (Magazine)

    The multi-family outlook is strong despite new supply in the pipeline. Christopher O’Dea reports on a sector supported by shifts in living patterns.

  • Student housing
    Magazine

    Revising student REITS

    Listed 2014 (Magazine)

    The student homes market continued to develop despite the financial crisis. Christopher O’Dea reports on a REIT market growing in tandem

  • Health care
    Magazine

    Positive health indicators

    Listed 2014 (Magazine)

    The healthcare industry in the US is both growing and in flux. It is driving consolidation in the REIT sector, as Christopher O’Dea reports

  • Magazine

    More room to run

    Listed 2014 (Magazine)

    Fears of rising interest rates sparked doubts about mortgage REITs’ prospects, but 2014 started with high hopes. Christopher O’Dea reports.

  • Oregon vineyard
    Magazine

    Keeping cool

    Listed 2014 (Magazine)

    Data centres need cooling but the market is heating up for investors. Christopher O’Dea takes the temperature of the emerging REIT sector.

  • Logistics
    Magazine

    Warehousing returns

    Listed 2014 (Magazine)

    The performance of industrial REITs is closely tied to economic indicators. Christopher O’Dea explores the outlook for the sector.

  • Magazine

    Circling the four quadrants

    May/June 2014 (Magazine)

    QE tapering will have different effects on different parts of the real estate market. Christopher O’Dea examines the outlook for the ‘four quadrants’

  • The Callaway House, Austin, Texas
    Magazine

    US student housing: Tough to make the grade

    May/June 2014 (Magazine)

    Opportunities in student housing are abundant, but a number of factors determine success or failure, says Stephanie Schwartz-Driver

  • Union Square, San Francisco
    Magazine

    Retail Focus: Converging in the middle

    May/June 2014 (Magazine)

    Bricks-and-mortar retailers are adopting digital strategies, while e-tailers are moving into the physical world. Christopher O’Dea reports

  • Toronto, Canada
    Magazine

    City Focus, Toronto: Spreads between sub-markets tighten

    March/April 2014 (Magazine)

    Toronto has struggled to outperform the Canadian office market over the past 10 years, according to IPD.

  • Tour de France
    Magazine

    Riding the cycle

    March/April 2014 (Magazine)

    The Tour De France offers a useful analogy for understanding the ups and downs of US real estate, say Martha Peyton and Edward Pierzak

  • Toronto, Canada
    Magazine

    City Focus, Toronto: Building boom clouds prospects

    March/April 2014 (Magazine)

    It does not take real estate expertise to see that something significant is taking place in the property market of Toronto, writes Joseph Kelly

  • Toronto, Canada
    Magazine

    City Focus, Toronto: Cranes on the skyline

    March/April 2014 (Magazine)

    The city is undergoing a glut of new development, but do the cranes on Toronto’s skyline reflect an opportunity or portend the start of a bubble? Stephanie Schwartz-Driver and Chris O’Dea report.

  • Magazine

    Single-family housing builds institutional momentum

    November 2013 (Magazine)

    The closing of a €716m US residential fund is the latest sign that single-family homes in the US are becoming an institutional asset class in their own right. Stephanie Schwartz-Driver reports

  • Magazine

    Brazil home to international competition

    November 2013 (Magazine)

    As domestic property investment managers raise their game, Stephanie Schwartz-Driver asks if there is room for international players

  • Magazine

    Beyond the gateway

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    Pricing in the main market is pushing investors beyond the gateway cities. Stephanie Schwartz-Driver reports

  • Magazine

    Investors return as crime levels drop

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    As crime levels fall and property becomes more institutional, Mexico is again attracting investors. Stephanie Schwartz-Driver reports

  • Magazine

    Northern exposure

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    Investors are moving up the risk curve and the share of cross-border investors is growing, writes Andrea Cross

  • Magazine

    Global pathways

    July 2013 (Magazine)

    The listed market is an obvious route for investors wanting exposure to global emerging markets. Lynn Strongin Dodds highlights some important considerations

  • Magazine

    Exporting the US model

    July 2013 (Magazine)

    Real estate investment trusts were invented in the US in the 1960s. Some now have more global ambitions, but theirs is fundamentally a local business, writes Michael Lester