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    June

  • 06-04-18

    The Philippines: Too Much of a Good Thing?

    A glut of liquidity in local capital markets is making life difficult for domestic and foreign investors alike.

  • May

  • 05-07-18

    How Detroit Battled Its Way Out of Bankruptcy

    Detroit’s bankruptcy marked a turn in the fate of the city. Along with the economic downfall came rare opportunities for investment, creation, and collaboration.

  • 05-02-18

    Industry Leaders Share Predictions in Live-Voting Session on Capital Markets

    Where are capital markets—and specific real estate sectors—headed? In a novel ULI panel at the ULI Spring Meeting in Detroit, 11 of the Institute’s top leaders revealed their expectations through instant polls on ten market questions.

  • April

  • 04-19-18

    ULI Forecast Calls for Positive Outlook through 2018, Slowing in 2019

    The new ULI Real Estate Economic Forecast is taking a more bullish view on the U.S. economy—at least for the remainder of this year. As compared with the fall survey, key indicators such as gross domestic product (GDP) growth, jobs, and the Consumer Property Price Index (CPPI) all trended higher. But that boost may be short lived with growth tapering in 2019 and 2020.

  • 04-02-18

    The Evolving Flow of Capital between the U.S. and China

    At a recent event hosted by ULI Washington, panelists discussed how U.S. and Chinese companies are continuing to work together. After record levels of U.S. investment from China in 2016, new controls on capital outflow and investors’ changing attitudes have slowed inflows, while domestic development in China has also shifted.

  • 04-02-18

    Outlook for Industrial and Multifamily Still Strong among North Texas Investors

    Strong economic fundamentals, a favorable regulatory environment, and plenty of capital to deploy bode well for real estate investments, acquisitions, and development in 2018.

  • March

  • 03-26-18

    What Detroit Tells Us about Conventional Financing and Economics of Revitalization

    Understanding how and why groundbreaking multifamily communities are securing the financial commitments required to become reality is an important first step in appreciating how Detroit’s economic and development landscape evolves throughout the course of an accelerating growth cycle.

  • February

  • 02-12-18

    Despite Brexit and Central Bank Shifts, Global Economic Forecast Remains Largely Upbeat

    Whether the current economic cycle has peaked was a constant question at the 2018 ULI Europe Conference in Berlin. In the discussions at the event in late January, real estate and investment experts were feeling bullish on Asia, generally enthusiastic about continental Europe, while cautious about Brexit.

  • December

  • 12-18-17

    ULI/McCoy Symposium on Real Estate Finance: Continuing Investment for 2018

    Commercial real estate investors are keeping calm and carrying on, even though they are uncertain about what is coming next for fundamental elements affecting their business, such as the federal tax code and interest rate policy. “It makes it difficult to plan. . . . You don’t know what the federal budget is going to be. You don’t know what the Federal Reserve is going to be,” said Bowen H. “Buzz” McCoy, who participated in the 24th annual ULI/McCoy Symposium on Real Estate Finance, held in December in New York City.

  • November

  • 11-13-17

    In Brief: CMBS Originations Reported Up 45 Percent in Q3

    Commercial real estate lending markets remained on the upswing in Q3 2017 with rising equity prices, limited volatility, and tightening spreads, according to the latest research from CBRE.