Partner, Real Estate Senior Analyst
Areas of focus: Real Estate
Laura specializes in providing real estate audit and consulting matters for privately held companies and private equity funds specializing in real estate.. Since joining RSM, she has worked with commercial, residential, retail, hotels and real estate opportunity funds, as well as performed due diligence services for real estate funds and various lenders in the real estate conduit markets.
Laura has thirteen years of experience in real estate and public accounting, and has developed and presented multiple continuing education courses in the real estate industry. In 2018, she was selected as a senior analyst in RSM’s cutting edge Industry Eminence Program, which positions its senior analysts to understand, forecast and communicate economic, business and technology trends shaping the industries RSM serves.
Foreign investment in U.S. real estate declined sharply while industrial real estate remains one of the hottest subsectors in the market.
Laura Dietzel discusses the remarkable rise of innovations in automation that are affecting real estate data management with Privcap.
In this video segment, RSM discusses how asset flexibility is crucial when investing in the real estate of changing cities.
In this video segment, RSM explores how next generation physical retail real estate is here to stay in US rising cities.
In this video segment, RSM discusses how the stability of secondary cities is under-appreciated by real estate institutional investors.
Discover the real estate investment opportunity beyond America's gateway cities, featuring video and insights from Privcap and RSM.
In this video segment, RSM discusses how institutional real estate investors are looking for opportunities in rising cities.
As real estate private equity faces headwinds in major markets, mid-market shops look elsewhere, including the Midwest.
For 2019, real estate market fundamentals will be strong; however, demographics and policy will continue to influence and drive investment.
New trade tariffs are expected to affect a number of industries, with commercial real estate taking a substantial hit.