A commercial real estate holding period begins on the date the newly acquired asset closes and runs until the date the asset is sold. Investors who perceive the “targeted” holding period on any one specific asset as a highly reliable number need to think again.
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In this article we will start with an overview of the retail asset class, discuss e-commerce and its effects on the space, review demand drivers and provide tips on understanding retail leases.
The assumption that the path to high realized portfolio returns is simply the sum of a series of high individual targeted returns is a recipe for disaster. In this article we describe the Returns Fallacy and describe techniques investors can use to improve their realized investment returns.
In this article, we explain how commercial real estate operators can potentially create value in commercial real estate assets and provide an illustrative example as well as a case study.
In this article we highlight the potential investor benefits of the next generation of low-fee, non-traded REITs.