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Dec 02, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
The Global Real Estate Software Market to witnessed good recovery in growth post first half of 2020 and is projected coverup market sizing during the forecast period (2021-2026). The assessment provides a 360� view and insights – outlining the key outcomes of the Real Estate Software market, current scenario analysis that highlights slowdown aims to provide unique strategies and solutions following and benchmarking key players strategies. In addition, the study helps with competition insights of emerging players in understanding the companies more precisely to make better informed decisions. some of the key players that are part of coverage are Accruent, Argus Financial Software, MRI Software, RealPage, Yardi Systems, AMSI Property Management, CoStar, Propertybase, IBM Tririga, Oracle Corp, SAP, IFCA, Mingyuanyun, Kingdee, Yonyou Software, Climbsoft & WxSoft Zhuhai etc.

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An Epic Battle Between Real Estate Giants: Trust Deeds vs. REITs

Featured RD vs REIT

Trust Deed and REIT investments are seemingly similar at first glance. They both utilize “crowdfunding” type platforms that open the door to commercial real estate investments at a lower “buy-in” than your typical real estate venture (i.e. rentals, fix-n-flips, etc.); and offer a steady stream of passive income. However, there are some key differences that you should be aware of when deciding which investment vehicle is best for your portfolio and for your tolerance for risk.

If you are unfamiliar with these types of investments or just a bit rusty, here is a brief synopsis of both. There are many different types of REITs; equity, mortgage, or a combination of both (hybrids), that can be publicly traded, non-traded, or private. Here we are going to focus on the most common, the publicly traded equity REIT; where the REIT fund managers purchase multiple properties to lease the

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85% Of Leaders Are White At The Finance Giants That Bankroll Commercial Real Estate

This is the third installment in Bisnow’s series examining the racial diversity of the boards and executive leadership of the biggest companies in commercial real estate. To read the introductory editor’s note for this series, click here. To read Part 1, on REITs, click here. To read Part 2, on commercial brokerages, click here.

With trillions of dollars at their disposal, the banks, life insurance companies, pension funds and private equity investors that make up the commercial real estate finance industry, perhaps more than any other, determine which communities get investment and which don’t. 

Their blockbuster deals grab headlines foretelling economic prosperity across American suburbs, towns, cities and neighborhoods — but all too often, those dollars do not flow toward communities of color. The titans of the finance industry are community kingmakers, and they are managed mostly by White men.

Out of every 20 executives at the two dozen biggest

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Investment Giants Seek to Ditch Their CMBS Loans

From left: Florence Mall in Kentucky and Brookfield’s Brian Kingston; Louis Joliet Mall and Starwood’s Barry Sternlicht and Southland Mall in Cutler Bay and Investcorp’s Hazem Ben-Gacem (Google Maps, Brookfield, Getty, Investcorp)

From left: Florence Mall in Kentucky and Brookfield’s Brian Kingston; Louis Joliet Mall and Starwood’s Barry Sternlicht and Southland Mall in Cutler Bay and Investcorp’s Hazem Ben-Gacem (Google Maps, Brookfield, Getty, Investcorp)

Nobody knows how to sniff out distress like Barry Sternlicht.

In the early ‘90s, in the thick of the savings and loans crisis, his company Starwood Capital Group scooped up real estate loans for pennies on the dollar. And after snapping up distressed debt from Miami to Los Angeles during the financial collapse of 2008, Starwood became one of the largest real estate investors in the country.

Sternlicht knows how to make money when others are losing it. So when his firm hands the keys over to one of its lenders on a nearly 1 million-square-foot mall outside of Chicago, it’s a beacon of foreclosures and distress yet to come.

Investment giants like Starwood, along with Brookfield Property

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Chinese e-commerce giants come to rescue of ailing property sector, step up sales of discounted homes on Singles’ Day



a group of people walking in front of a crowd: An event launches Tmall’s ‘Singles’ Day’ event in Wuhan, in China’s Hubei province, on November 1. TmallHome will release most coupons and discounted homes on Wednesday. Photo: Getty Images


An event launches Tmall’s ‘Singles’ Day’ event in Wuhan, in China’s Hubei province, on November 1. TmallHome will release most coupons and discounted homes on Wednesday. Photo: Getty Images

Some of China’s biggest e-commerce platforms are teaming up with property developers to sell homes at discounts during this year’s Singles’ Day shopping festival.

The event, held on November 11 every year, was started by e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding in 2009 and has since surpassed other shopping events such as “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday”.

Tmall, Alibaba’s e-commerce platform, said 800,000 homes in 3,000 residential projects – or 40 per cent of major new developments currently on the market – will be available for sale. Each unit will be offered at a discount of up to 1 million yuan (US$151,101).

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Construction And Engineering Giant’s Regional Operations Premises Comes Up For Sale


79
and 79A Hayton Road,
Christchurch

The land and buildings
housing the Christchurch branch of a global construction and
infrastructure engineering services company have been placed
on the market for sale.

The substantial property at 79
and 79A Hayton Road in the Christchurch suburb of Wigram is
occupied by Rapid Metal Developments (RMD), and is one of
the company’s three New Zealand branches – with the
other two located in Auckland and Wellington.

Trading
since the 1950s, Rapid Metal Developments supplies formwork,
shoring and scaffold systems, and engineering solutions to
the global construction and infrastructure industries.
Outside of New Zealand, the RMD group of companies have
operations in more than 20 countries – including the USA,
Chile, South Africa, India, the UK, Spain, Saudi Arabia,
Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, the United Kingdom,
the Philippines, and the United Arab

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How Wingstop, Wendy’s, and other fast-food giants plan to profit from pandemic-related real estate opportunities

Wingstop is opening more restaurants than it originally planned in 2020.
  • Wingstop, Wendy’s, and Starbucks are among the chains that have highlighted real estate opportunities amid the pandemic in recent calls with investors. 
  • “The real estate market is favorable for Wingstop, given the unfortunate circumstance of this pandemic,” Wingstop CEO Charlie Morrison said on a call with investors on Monday. 
  • Roughly 20% of independent restaurants are expected to permanently shutter in the pandemic, according to UBS analyst Dennis Geiger, representing the loss of roughly 70,000 location across the US. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Fast-food chains are preparing to gobble up restaurants across America, as the pandemic provides real estate opportunities in the wake of independent restaurants’ closures. 

Wingstop CEO Charlie Morrison said that the chain anticipated opening 135 to 140 net new restaurants this year, up from the company’s earlier prediction of 95. According

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New York Giants Head Coach Joe Judge Doesn’t See Need For Fire Sale

The New York Giants are 1-6 and 1-2 in the NFC East, bot records that don’t’ exactly bode well for the rest of the season and any hope of a playoff berth.

So when a team usually finds itself in that kind of position, the natural thing to anticipate is a fire sale of players in exchange for assets the team can use to continue fortifying its roster for the future.

But head coach Joe Judge, at least as of Friday when he spoke to reporters, doesn’t anticipate the Giants hanging out an “Everyone Must Go!” sign.

“Just because there is a

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