What Institutional Investors Want in this Stage of the CRE Cycle
Whether it’s in a more favored sector like multifamily, a less attractive sector like retail or a somewhat in-between sector like office, the best paths for institutional investors to drive value these days are the ones less traveled.
That’s the assessment of Jacques Gordon, global head of research and strategy at real estate investment management firm LaSalle Investment Management. And other experts in the sector echo those sentiments.
Gordon says purchasing and then improving an undermanaged apartment complex or value-add office building stands to deliver a better payoff, in many cases, than snapping up a stabilized property. He also notes that pursuing retail assets that feature experiential components or that could be remerchandised also provide opportunities to seek value in a sector that’s been largely out of favor among institutional investors in recent years.
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