Lender Pool Is Deep For “Strong Borrowers”
New York Life won one recent deal involving three AvalonBay multifamily properties.
Boomers Who Refuse to Sell Are Dominating the Housing Market
Older Americans own half of houses, squeezing out youngsters; why one 23-year-old cruises streets and knocks on doors
New Digs for Morgan Stanley?
The wirehouse is reportedly looking to move its Times Square headquarters to 50 Hudson Yards, on the west side of Manhattan.
Why Yale Keeps Beating Harvard in the Endowment Game
David Swensen, who has led Yale’s strong performance, says his approach should not be a model for individual investors.
Real Estate Gets Starring Role in S&P 500, Spurring ETF Overhaul
The move will shake up stock portfolios, conjuring an industry out of REITs that will infuse at least one lightweight ETF with sudden riches.
Landlord Nation: Boomers’ new retirement plan is millennials paying rent
Mom-and-pop investors are capitalizing on low mortgage rates and steady rent growth to create a new income stream for themselves.
PIMCO Says ‘Storm Is Brewing’ in Commercial Real Estate
Firm warns prices may fall as much as 5% in next 12 months; buying, refinancing opportunities to emerge for some investors.
Home is where inflation is
The U.S. Federal Reserve has had a tough time getting inflation back up to desired levels.
The Dark Side of the Global Super-Rich
Foreign cash threatens to destabilize U.S. real estate, Alexei Bayer warns.
Volatility pushes IRA investors into nontraded alts
Real estate and private equity are increasingly popular in self-directed IRAs, and crowdfunding is expected to take off in the accounts, Pensco says.