Tokyo is expected to be the strongest market in Asia for real estate investment next year, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Asia Pacific 2014, a real estate forecast jointly published by ULI and PwC.Read More
Are sites like AirBNB.com to blame for higher rents in cities? Some analysis indicates that home sharing has the potential to make urban housing more affordable for more families.Read More
“Rethinking, Reinvention, and Recovery” has been announced as the theme for ULI Europe’s 18th Annual Conference, scheduled for February 4–5, 2014, in Paris.Read More
We are particularly excited to present this issue of Urban Land. It is the first available to readers through an app on their iPad, iPhone, Android, or other mobile device—with the same layout, photography, and features offered in the printed version you hold in your hands.Read More
Prior to beginning his career in politics, Jeb Bush worked in commercial real estate in south Florida. Immigration and education are two areas he sees needing reform.
According to ULI’s Emerging Trends: Americas, the real estate rebound will continue in the coming year, but investors will turn to secondary markets in search of higher yields.
Defining risk—understanding and defining the downside of any investment—is the key to succeeding as a real estate entrepreneur, Sam Zell, founder of Equity Group Investments and chairman of Equity International, told attendees at the ULI Fall Meeting in Chicago.
The growth in the single-family rental market has been labeled by some as a soon-to-be passing fancy — a fad that will cease to exist once the housing market rights itself. But panelists at ULI’s Fall Meeting in Chicago say the niche business is here to stay.
Some retailers and local governments are sparring over proposals to raise minimum wages. What do impartial studies say about the relative effects of higher labor costs versus higher incomes?
This fall, Urban Land will be available for the first time as an app for tablets and smartphones on either Apple’s iOS operating system or Google’s Android. As a preview, the Urban Land magazine app will offer our September/October issue free of charge to anyone wishing to download it. Starting with the November/December issue, an authentication feature that restricts access to ULI members will be added.