by Mark Faraldo | Mar 28, 2023 | Publications
Higher interest rates, lower appraised values, banks unwilling to rollover loans, a lack of replacement financing, and pressure on rents can be expected to reduce the dollars available for distribution in recent vintage development joint ventures when and if the...
by hrobertson | Apr 1, 2021 | Publications
Coveted core real estate — existing Class A properties well located in the leading real estate markets — provides a more consistent income stream from durable rent rolls and steady, if unspectacular, appreciation. These assets hold value better in down markets and...
by hrobertson | Feb 9, 2021 | Publications
Most investment vehicles come with their own set of pros and cons, and separately managed accounts are no exception. For many large institutional investors, real estate separate accounts bring greater flexibility, control and alignment of interests – all with...
by Paul Noland | Feb 1, 2021 | Publications
The life sciences industry is the most promising sector of the U.S. economy, having already yielded important breakthroughs in genomics, cell and gene therapies and gene editing, to name just a few. The coronavirus crisis has only accelerated interest in this space as...
by hrobertson | Oct 27, 2020 | Publications
L&B’s Michael Formanek hosted the inaugural L&B Practitioner Webinar Series with Will Ellis, Guy Mercurio, Keith Rogers, and Allyn Taylor. The group discussed the ongoing headwinds facing the restaurant industry and the fact that over 30% of restaurants...
by Andy Smith | Aug 20, 2020 | Publications
L&B’s CEO, Andy Smith contributed to the Summer edition of AFIRE’s Summit Journal. See page 62. Are your investors Craving The Light?