Weighing the CMBS Impact of Harvey and Irma
Tens of billions of dollars of properties backing CMBS loans are potentially at risk from storm damage in the Southeast and along the Texas coast.
Senior Housing Investment Gains Momentum
From investors' perspective, there are too many beds out there for people with dementia.
Commercial Real Estate Debt Cracks $3 Trillion Barrier
Commercial real estate holdings at life insurance companies increased 2.4%.
Political Uncertainty Looms High on REITs’ Radar
Forty-four percent of the largest publicly traded REITs cite risk factors related to the Trump administration in their latest 10-Ks, a study finds.
Insurers Continue Faring Well With Commercial Real Estate Loans
Real estate specialists look at what's inside the products you sell.
Case-Shiller Home Price Index Extends Winning Streak
S&P’s David Blitzer warns, however, that “home prices cannot rise faster than incomes and inflation indefinitely.”
Steady as She Goes for REITs in 2017
Fitch Ratings anticipates good property fundamentals and consistent leverage profiles to work in REITs’ favor during the coming year.
MSCI Change Will Boost REITs’ Visibility
The long-awaited reclassification of real estate as a separate investment sector from finance occurs at an especially fortuitous time for REITs.
AIG Reaches Deal to Sell Mortgage Insurance Unit
United Guaranty’s sale to Arch Capital Group will create the world’s largest private mortgage insurer while advancing AIG’s goal of returning $25 billion to shareholders.
REITs Beat Dow, S&P Indexes in July
The U.S. REIT sector has been riding high in a post-Brexit environment.