Daring developer Hines made his mark on city

| July 26, 2016

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Gerald D. Hines, whose handiwork dots skylines from Houston to Beijing, Moscow, Spain and Paris, launched his Houston real estate company nearly 60 years ago from a one-man office developing a collection of office buildings along Richmond Avenue.

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HOW EXCHANGE RATES AFFECT REAL ESTATE

Article | April 7, 2020

Globalization offers international real estate investors the opportunity to build wealth from investment properties anywhere on the globe. Despite the ongoing uncertainties caused by the coronavirus breakout , the real estate industry continues to be one of the most attractive sectors for investors worldwide looking for financial stability. And if you’re looking to invest in a real estate market abroad, there are a number of factors that you should pay attention to. These include trends in supply and demand residential properties in the target market, taxes for rentals, interest rates (if you’re planning to borrow in the foreign currency), and exchange rates. In this article, we’re going to focus exchange rates how they affect your real estate investment decisions. The simplest and most accurate way to define the term “exchange rate” would be to say that it’s the value that one currency has when transferred into another.

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A California Perspective: Real Estate Principals Navigate the Current Lending Market

Article | April 23, 2020

Early in 2020, the market was extremely liquid for real estate investors and operating companies. Interest rates were relatively low, asset values were high, unemployment was low, and there was little inflation—overall, the market was performing well. And then the lending market began to change in March in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The number of defensive draws by companies to preserve their liquidity has been unprecedented, and the number of loans has drastically increased. Other forms of capital have slowed due to the inability to forecast risk. It’s a challenging time for real estate companies to stay abreast of market trends, as well as quantify the current and anticipated business impacts in this dynamic environment. With data constantly changing, how are real estate companies navigating this seemingly open-ended period of uncertainty? On April 17, EisnerAmper hosted a “Real Estate Principals Virtual Roundtable” with the Bay Area Council, Kennedy Wilson, and Wells Fargo. This online event provided a forum for industry leaders to share their experiences regarding the current lending market and to hear first-hand from their peers regarding how they’re navigating the current environment. Here are some key takeaways from that discussion.

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COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE INVESTING GUIDELINES

Article | May 13, 2020

Real estate is always an attractive avenue for keen investors. The prospects of property appreciation and their potential returns keep luring people every now and then.Investment in residential property in India is always on the boom. However, the commercial real estate investing trend is also witnessing a rise. This is because commercial properties for medical care centres, hotels and shopping malls present bright investment opportunities. They provide huge returns on investment in short time. This is because of the high profits involved.

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Pandemic could mean opportunity for real estate investors

Article | April 8, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has left no industry untouched. Many Americans and property owners didn’t have the cash to pay their rent this month. Which means some landlords are going to struggle with the mortgage, which means an opportunity for some property investors. Daniel Lebensohn, co-founder of the investment firm BH3, said buying that distressed debt built the foundation of his company. He said nobody feels good about taking advantage of misfortune, but firms will be looking at this pandemic in the same light.

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