Joe Gose

Articles by Joe Gose
Sovereign Wealth Fund Demand for U.S. Properties Picks Up 
Sovereign wealth and endowment funds, while more aggressively adding real estate to their portfolios, to date have largely pursued differing strategies.
Setbacks Confound Growth of Residential Mortgage REIT Sector
Residential mortgage REITs continue to face challenges.
Prescription for Medical Office Boom
Investor bullishness over the medical office sector is growing as all signs point to a coming development wave. The first of the roughly 77.6 million
Better to be on campus or off? Debate grows
For real estate investors, buying or developing properties on a hospital campus has long been considered part of a strategy to reduce risk. But as health
Best Buy Pares Space As Internet Rattles Big-Box Stores
When Circuit City began liquidating $1.3 billion in merchandise in early 2009, market observers declared that Best Buy’s long-term growth prospects never looked better. Two years later, the Minneapolis-based retailer is aiming to reduce its roughly 42 ...
Best Buy Pares Space As Internet Rattles Big-Box Stores
When Circuit City began liquidating $1.3 billion in merchandise in early 2009, market observers declared that Best Buy’s long-term growth prospects never looked better.
Office Market Turns the Corner
Commercial real estate observers have cheered the office sector's slow but sustained recovery over the last few quarters, one that has begun to seep into
Big Rebound in Assignments
Thirty months after the official end of the Great Recession, property managers are jostling for a flurry of new assignments amid reviving commercial real
Gunning for a Piece of the Action
After spending several quarters focusing on survival, retail real estate investment trusts (REITs) are taking advantage of a rejuvenated investment climate
Office Investors Buy Vacancy in a Risky Bet on Higher Yields
Buying office vacancy has become the next frontier in a rejuvenated investment sales market, an almost incomprehensible notion among most real estate investors a year ago.
Once-Vilified Developer Now Potential White Knight
Roughly a dozen years after fierce neighborhood opposition persuaded him to abandon an ambitious mixeduse development on 2.5 acres of prime real estate in Kansas City, Mo., Cecil Van Tuyl controls the property’s fate. Neighbors hope Van Tuyl, who built ...
Are Apartment REITs Overheating?
A rebound in apartment demand has propelled the stock prices of multifamily real estate investment trusts (REITs), making them some of the best performing companies in the market.
Tri-Land Overcomes TIF Hurdles
Shopping center landlord Tri-Land Properties has pulled off two minor miracles over the past few years in its $22.4 million effort to rejuvenate Cherokee
Looking for Trouble
Commercial real estate brokerages are capitalizing on the one commodity that's in high supply: distress
Economy and Layoffs Cement Tenant’s Market
The era of rapidly rising office rents that dominated the booming property markets in 2006 and 2007 has reversed course, giving tenants the upper hand at the bargaining table.
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