1. After a slow start to the year for REIT's, most were able to get back on track, pointing to a strong industrial market and a 13.9% jump in demand for warehouse space; should we expect this trend to continue?
2. Retail took another beating posting a 3.1% drop in returns over the past 12 months. Is there any light at the end of the tunnel for the retail sector?
3. As interest rates continue to rise, how are dealmakers changing the way they structure their capital stack?
4. Last year was a record year for Real Estate Investments, with $1.75 trillion invested globally, up 4% from 2017. According to reports from Cushman & Wakefield, 2019 is likely to match 2018. What markets are primed to benefit the most from a strong 2019?
5. Interest rates rose four times in 2018, but cap rates barely changed. Should we expect continued stability or are changes coming our way in 2019?
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176 N. Racine Avenue, 6th floor
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As our city continues to grow and neighborhoods continue to emerge, change is clearly coming to Chicago. The West Loop positively absorbed 790,909 sq. ft. of office space, and the Midwest as a whole absorbed 568 million sq. ft. of industrial space
There is no shortage of investment in Chicago as it was home to the most foreign direct investment for the sixth year in a row. It's no surprise that Chicago has caught the eye of foreign investors. It’s home to top universities, ranked number 1 in tourism for 2018, and has relatively cheap prices per sq. ft. compared to markets like Manhattan and San Francisco.
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