Category Archives: Emerging Trends

Panel Foresees Favorable Outlook for Real Estate in 2017

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The Urban Land Institute sees a favorable outlook for real estate in the U.S. All is calm, all is bright—with some necessary caveats. No one can predict how a new administration in Washington will affect the real estate business nationally. At times of uncertainty, however, investors gravitate toward hard assets like real estate. What can we expect in the coming year? On December 14, 2016, ULI Los Angeles, a District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), convened its fourth annual Emerging Trends conference, held at Gensler in downtown Los … Read More

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RECAP: Emerging Trends in Real Estate

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In the tradition of bringing timely and relevant information to our membership, ULI Los Angeles hosted the annual Emerging Trends event on December 4 at Gensler in downtown Los Angeles. The event highlighted trends in every real estate sector both nationally and locally, with esteemed national speaker Mitchell M. Roschelle of PwC and a panel of local market experts, moderated by John Menne.   From the Hollywood Property Owners Alliance‘s Joseph Mariani: While at the event, attendees had the opportunity to hear Mitchell M. Roschelle of PricewaterhouseCoopers (co-authors of the report with ULI) share the interesting trends in … Read More

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Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2014

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CHICAGO, November, 7 2013 – The U.S. real estate recovery is set to continue into 2014, with investors increasingly looking beyond some of the traditionally popular markets to secondary markets in search of higher yields, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2014, co-published by PwC US and the Urban Land Institute (ULI). According to real estate market participants, the predicted growth in secondary markets is driven by investors searching for returns as opportunities in core markets become harder to find and the best assets become more expensive. As a result, the report … Read More

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