Real Estate Investing, World Real Estate

Jones Lang LaSalle: A Study Of Commercial Trends

By Phil Butler | March 9, 2011
Rising occupancy rates, and spiraling prices are on the short list of reasons the company's global hotel chief Arthur de Haast thinks hotel acquisitions may skyrocket. And, a key industry survey reveals a paradigm shift in the way key industry leaders view productivity and methods.
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.
World Real Estate

Bulgaria: A Thriving Market for Property Investments

By Mihaela Lica Butler | February 9, 2011
Bulgaria is just beginning to show its potential for becoming quite the paradise for those interested in buying properties as an investment. Bulgaria has benefited recently from powerful campaigns promoting its travel destinations, its inclusion in the European Union, and now its situation where real estate investments are concerned. Put bluntly, it’s a buyer’s market on steroids.
Featured News, World Real Estate

Tishman Speyer Leads Development Way in Frankfurt

By Phil Butler | January 23, 2011
One of the world's leading commercial real estate developers and investors, Tishman Speyer, announces a brand new office tower for Frankfurt, Germany. TaunusTurm will be a 40 story premium office tower amid Frankfurt's prime financial real estate offerings. The deal with Real AG will provide a great many benefits to the industry in Frankfurt including jobs other construction industry stimulus.
Featured News, World Real Estate

Barwa & Gazprombank Spur Russian Industry

By Phil Butler | January 18, 2011
In news from the Russian Federation, Qatar's Barwa Real Estate and Russia's Gazprombank create a real estate fund for undisclosed building projects. The union of these two financial powerhouses may spur additional FDI to replace funds which evacuated once the world economy contracted. New investments in Russia and Eastern Europe offer clarity to the overall real estate industry.
World Real Estate

If You Build It Bulgaria, Investors Will Come

By Phil Butler | January 17, 2011
Tishman International Companies, one of the world's leading real estate development companies, is just now leasing premium space in one of Bulgaria's best logistics complexes. A lack of premium logistics space and appropriate offices in Eastern Europe is one big reason FDI is down there. With no sufficient infrastructure, what company can operate with business as usual? Tishman may help turn the trend around, in Bulgaria at least.
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