Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Beijing hold the best prospects for real estate development and investment in Mainland China, according to a new report from ULI Asia Pacific.
More than 55 years after the REIT Act title was signed into law as part of the Cigar Excise Tax Extension of 1960, India’s first real estate investment trust (REIT) is slated for an initial public offering, though it is unlikely to list until early 2017. Plus, interest rate survey data from Trepp.
When Griffin Real Estate took possession of a dilapidated food market hall in the center of Warsaw in 2012, it created a development that dovetailed the site’s history with the current hunger for food-led destinations in city centers.
Two ambitious park projects in Dallas tie neighborhoods together—and spurred a boom in nearby real estate values.
A renowned global investor and the chairman of ULI Asia Pacific reflects on opportunity and risk in a low-interest-rate environment.
Ongoing uncertainty about the timing of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike and its impact on REITs has kept potential IPOs on the sidelines. In addition, the Internal Revenue Service issued regulations in June that clamped down on tax-free REIT spin-offs that were a significant source of growth for specialty REITs. Plus, interest rate survey data from Trepp.
At this stage of the latest construction cycle, condo projects are much smaller, typically featuring fewer than 100 units. Yet the size and the price tags of the units have both increased, according to a ULI Chicago panel discussion.
As world leaders gather at the United Nations to ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change, a new paper released by ULI argues that many real estate organizations are not adequately prepared for the implications of the agreement, which was made at last year’s 21st annual Conference of the Parties in Paris (COP-21).
For the United Kingdom, a long, slow, and sometimes painful process of adjustment to a new world is only beginning.
Home prices in Toronto, Canada’s largest city, have risen dramatically in the years since 2008. With most market analysts in agreement that a slowdown will not materialize anytime soon, ULI Toronto recently hosted a debate on the impact of land-use policies, some of which are geared towards preserving green space, on housing affordability.