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Investment Wave Strikes Hawaii
In the past year, Hawaii has become a hotbed of commercial real estate activity. A construction boom in the retail and apartment sectors is being fueled
Betting on a Rebound
Rental rates in the San Francisco office market remain half of what they were in the boisterous dot-com days. But a surge in leasing activity has propelled
California Sells Off Surplus Land
The State of California has a plan: sell some state-owned properties in order to help pay off the state's $47 billion of general obligation debt. The
Glowing Gem of the Middle East
At 1,053 feet high, Burj Al Arab is not only the world's tallest hotel, it is also larger than the Eiffel Tower. The facade, shaped to resemble a sail,
Reversing Course, Institutional Investors Assume More Risk
As institutional dollars continue to flood the commercial real estate market, large pension funds that have been in the game for some time are seizing
Why Investors Are Still Betting on REITs
By all accounts, real estate investment trusts find themselves in the proverbial sweet spot. The moderate, albeit choppy, economic recovery has helped
Carving Up Investor Risk
In the summer of 2001, the commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) market was headed for a record year. Coming into September, $58.5 billion of domestic
Retail REITs Bulk Up
For retail property owners, size matters. In the past year the biggest shopping center owners in the country substantially increased their national footprints,
REIT Dispositions Attract Savvy Investors
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) have been some of the biggest sellers of office properties lately, with buyers generally falling into two camps:
Table Is Set for New Round of Hotel IPOs
After three difficult years, the lodging sector is recovering. Cheap debt, a very positive equity market and increasing revenue per available room (RevPAR)
REITs Are A Global Sensation
With $4.5 billion flowing into real estate mutual funds last year, the highest total ever, real estate investment trusts became a household name. Now,
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