2019 Real Estate Investment Excellence
INSIGHT ARTICLE |
Real estate markets are fickle—a desirable city, or even a street, can sit next to one that’s well out of favor. Regional microeconomics, therefore, are a critical component of any investment analysis. So for this year’s edition of our Real Estate Investment Excellence compendium, RSM in partnership with Privcap, has taken a deep dive into three critical Northeast markets—New York City, Boston and Philadelphia.
Our report focuses on the current regulatory and risk environment, as well as in trends in real estate “food groups” that our experts believe present outsize opportunity for investments. The range of experience contained in these pages is considerable—leading investors from firms such as LaSalle, PGIM Real Estate and GreenOak join RSM.
No one in these pages pretends to have all the answers, but our 2019 Real Estate Investment Excellence compendium does provide context to help you make better decisions and, ultimately, achieve investment excellence. In a business where information—and timing—is everything, it’s imperative that we all look beyond our own networks for fresh ideas.
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Top-level real estate investment experts focus on the Boston market and provide in-depth data highlighting current trends.
Top-level real estate investment experts focus on the Philadelphia market and provide in-depth data highlighting current trends.
Top-level real estate investment experts focus on the New York market and provide in-depth data highlighting current trends.
RSM and real estate industry experts cover the risks that real estate investors need to know in a constantly changing market.
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