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Discussion with James Grant on the Economy, Investing and Real Estate
James Grant is founder and editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer and a true financial luminary. Michael Knott hosted a recent discussion which covered James’s macro view of the world with a tie back to commercial real estate.
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Retail: Survival of the Fittest
The epitaph of retail real estate seems to be written daily. When the dust settles, there will be clear winners and losers. Listen to a replay of this 30-minute webinar discussing retail trends, risks, and perception vs. reality.
Commercial Property Price Index
The Green Street Commercial Property Price Index was unchanged in February.
Average Premium to NAV
The premium (discount) ascribed to a company’s net asset value that is implied by the current share price compared to Green Street’s assessment of net asset value. Observed premiums/discounts in the public market have historically been reliable predictors of future changes in private market prices.
Heard on the Beach: Alternative Facts
Compelling new evidence shows that once returns of private real estate funds are adjusted for reporting lags, they line up very closely with REIT returns. Indeed, the only real difference between the two is that REITs have delivered better returns. The evidence suggests that investors who avoid listed REITs and choose the more expensive option are likely to underperform.
Retail UK: Lights Out at the Mall
Shopping centres specialists have been investing heavily in a changing world. But the outlook for the sector still looks gloomy.
The Growth of Green Street Advisors
The growth of influential research firm Green Street Advisors mirrors the rise of REITs. Back in 1985, when big hair reigned supreme and glassy towers dominated skylines, Mike Kirby and Jon Fosheim decided to set up a West Coast research shop specializing in REITs.
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Our large, experienced analyst team provides views on the global economy, REITs, individual properties and everything in between. Our senior analysts specialize by property type and move beyond superficial statistical tools to evaluate properties, markets, and companies with depth.
Our senior staff members have more than twenty years of industry experience in Europe and the US providing them a unique perspective on real estate. We draw from Green Street’s 30-year history analysing REITs and real estate in North America. Our large team covers over 45 listed property companies across 11 sectors in 10 countries of Europe and the U.K.
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