Aviva Joins Standard Life in Freezing Property Fund After Brexit
Aviva Investors suspended trading in a $2.4 billion real estate investment fund as investors demanded their money back in the wake of Brexit vote.
Brexit Could Fortify U.S. Real Estate
The turmoil in Europe could also mean an extended period of low interest rates, which bolsters the U.S. reputation as a safe harbor.
Brexit Impact: ‘Uncertainty’ and a Positive for REITs
As investors flock to Treasuries as a safe haven, the continued low interest rates will be a positive for US REITs, RBC Capital Markets says.
Implications of Brexit From 7 in Real Estate Industry
Seven members of a real estate group from across Europe and the U.S. offer GlobeSt.com their perspectives on the meaning of a “yes” Brexit vote.
Gundlach Blasts Policies of ‘Zombie Fed,’ Negative Rates
He warns investors to expect no hikes this summer and no Brexit, but a “rocky ride,” and says negative rates are “wrong, wrong, wrong!”
IRS Re-Opens REIT Loophole for $58B NSAM Deal
Treasury says that its recently-announced regulations will be corrected “to give effective date relief” for conversions before Dec. 7, 2015.
Commodity Funds Outperform for First Time in Years
Even in a year when commodities are outperforming stocks and bonds investors should choose commodity funds carefully.
Janus Launches 4 Thematic ETFs, but Does Market Need One for Obesity?
The Janus ETFs are designed to reflect changing demographic and consumer trends
Home Flippers Using Cash Exceed Pre-Recession Levels: RealtyTrac
Flippers using their own cash is a good sign for the health of the housing market, RealtyTrac’s Daren Blomquist said.
Homebuyers Downbeat Ahead of Election
A tenth of respondents to a Redfin survey say that they would consider emigration if their candidate lost.