David J. Lynn, Ph.D.

David J.
Lynn, Ph.D.

David Lynn, Ph.D., is CEO of an alternatives platform in San Francisco. 

Portfolio Strategies in an Uncertain World
The investment world is still characterized by a significant amount of risk aversion.
Five Surprises in a Backdrop of Economic Malaise
Economy will remain in slow growth mode for another three to four years.
The Student Housing Opportunity
Opportunities for investment in student housing are growing.
The Early Phase of Real Estate Recovery
Clarion Partners' David Lynn comments on the early phase of the real estate recovery.
A Positive Start to 2012, But Caution Remains
The U.S. economy expanded less than forecast in the fourth quarter as consumers curbed spending and government agencies cut back. Real GDP climbed 2.8 percent on an annual rate, up from 1.8 percent in the third quarter.
The Allure of Apartments
Due to short and long-term trends, apartments are currently an attractive asset class for investors.
The State of the Investment Environment
David Lynn takes stock of developments in recent months and how they are shaping the market for commercial real estate investment.
Commercial Real Estate Weathers Turbulent Times 1
Where does the industry sit as the year winds to a close?
Why Industrial? Why Now?
Why the industrial sector is a good bet for real estate investors.
Beyond Fun and Games: Why Investing in Brazil Is a Smart Move
Brazil’s strong demographic and macroeconomic fundamentals help explain why the long-term outlook for the country is so positive.
Is Real Estate Still a Good Diversifier?
The global financial crisis and real estate downturn triggered widespread risk-aversion among investors.
Why Renting an Apartment Versus Buying a Home Still Makes Sense
The U.S. housing market has been declining since the expiration of the tax credit last spring, although recent data show some signs of leveling off.
Mexico Is Rife With Opportunity for Farsighted Real Estate Investors
The Mexican economy grew 5.5% in 2010, higher than the general consensus predicted.
Is E-Commerce the Shopping Center Industry’s Friend or Foe?
The introduction of the Internet, e-commerce and other online platforms has undeniably caused a revolution in the retail world. Consumers’ comfort and savvy with the Internet has increased dramatically over the last decade.
Renewed Urbanization Will Drive Change in Retail Strategies
Changing demographics and shifting land use patterns will significantly influence development of retail investment strategies going forward.
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