Featured News, Real Estate Investing

Dallas Investment Fraud No Good Sign

By Phil Butler | February 19, 2011
A Dallas man has been indicted in connection with a commercial real estate investment scheme, according to U.S. District Attorney John M. Bales. At a time when trust in real estate investments is demanded, it appears trust abuses remain one of America's biggest problems for recovery.
Real Estate Investing, World Real Estate

Asia Markets Afford Best Margins

By Ryan Cox | February 16, 2011
Rising markets and boisterous share issuance in the Asian-Pacific region have returned well for the bottom lines of Wall Street and elsewhere. As reported by the Wall Street Journal, total investment-banking revenue from the region excluding Japan rose 56% last year to $12.2 billion, increasing its total proportion of industry fee revenue to 17.4% from 12.8% in 2009, according to estimates from data provider Dealogic.
Real Estate Investing

Property23 Approaching Its 4,000th Investment Purchase

By Tavis J. Hampton | February 16, 2011
Property23 specializes in providing affordable investment opportunities for is customers, making the most of low-cost foreclosed houses that would otherwise sit vacant and unsold. With millions of foreclosed houses on the market, and Property23 invests in high-quality properties, refurbishes them, and helps customers make informed purchases.
Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate Investing

Canadian Real Estate Investment Way Up

By Ryan Cox | February 16, 2011
In news from Canada, the real estate market there saw a 48 percent increase in commercial investment volume in 2010, to the tune of $18.9 billion. The increase was sparked by a stronger economy and “surging investor confidence,” according to CB Richard Ellis. Toronto ended 2010 with $7.4 billion in trades, up almost 4 billion, from $3.8 billion in 2009, according to the 2010 National Investment Report released yesterday by the CBRE.
Real Estate Investing, US Real Estate

Calpers Looks at Dropping Stocks From Property Portfolio

By Ryan Cox | February 14, 2011
Calpers, better known as the colossus California pension fund, is proposing to eliminate Real Estate stocks from its property portfolio. The proposal significantly weakens efforts by Real Estate investment trusts to convince institutional investors to increase their Real Estate investment trusts (REIT) holdings.
Real Estate Investing

LaSalle Leads Global Investment, Acquires Prime London Site

By Tavis J. Hampton | January 29, 2011
LaSalle Investment Management, Inc. has partnered with Curtis Real Estate (CRE) to acquire prime real estate at an industrial site on White Hart Lane in Tottenham, a district of North London. When the plan is approved, the seven acre site will be one of the first major industrial space developments in Greater London in many years.
Real Estate Investing

Inland Real Estate Group Among 10 Largest Equity Managers

By Tavis J. Hampton | January 28, 2011
Inland Real Estate Group of Companies Inc. named as one of the 10 largest managers of real estate equity assets in the world. With total managed assets in excess of $25.8 billion, Inland has managed to accomplish what not many could, ranking it among the top. Inland Institutional Capital Parnters strategy is to seek out large-scale investment opportunities for institutions, as well as Inland’s own real estate companies. They first launched their institutional fund in 2005 and have since formed investment partnerships in some of the worlds largest pension funds.
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