Author: David Lynn
David Lynn is CEO and Co-Founder of Everest High Income Property. He has authored or co-authored books including: Active Private Equity Real Estate Strategy (John Wiley and Sons 2009), Emerging Market Real Estate Investment (John Wiley and Sons, 2010) and Real Estate Mathematics (Private Equity International 2011), and The Advisor’s Guide to Commercial Real Estate Investment (Summit-ULI 2014) and Privatization and Financial Distress in Emerging Market Countries (Lambert Academic Publishing 2008).
Articles by David Lynn
- Five Trends in Commercial Real Estate to Watch in 2017
Published on January 30, 2017 in Market Trends
The U.S. property market landscape in 2017 will be characterized by continued strong fundamentals, increased investment flows, and high transaction volume, while the broader U.S. economy should continue to grow moderately and add jobs.
- Six Commercial Real Estate Trends to Watch for What Remains of 2016
Published on August 10, 2016 in Development
The U.S. property market landscape in 2016 has looked much like it did in 2015, with somewhat less impressive numbers, as a number of interwoven themes come into play and, yet, bode well for savvy investors who can step out in front of trends.
- Six Trends in U.S. Commercial Real Estate to Watch for in 2016
Published on January 13, 2016 in Development
The U.S. property market landscape in 2016 will appear much like it did in 2015, with a number of interwoven aspects that bode well for savvy investors who can step out in front of ongoing economic, demographic, and technological trends.
- Managing a Modern Commercial Real Estate Portfolio
Published on January 13, 2015 in Development
Portfolio management is the art and science of making decisions about investment mix and policy; matching investments to objectives; allocating assets for individuals and institutions; and balancing risk against performance.
- Six Trends in Commercial Real Estate to Watch for in 2015
Published on January 05, 2015 in Market Trends
While many variables will determine the course of U.S. commercial real estate, here are six potential trends for 2015 based on the current outlook.