Brexit Vote Doesn’t Slow REITs

In the latest edition of Quick Study, Brad Case, NAREIT’s senior vice president for research and industry information, said optimism among U.S. real estate investors seems to have increased in the wake of the Brexit vote in the United Kingdom.

Brad Case


Investors Looking for Real Estate Deals in U.K. After Brexit

In the latest episode of The REIT Report: NAREIT’s Weekly Podcast, Jahn Brodwin, senior managing director with FTI Consulting, offered his analysis of the Brexit’s effect on property markets in the United Kingdom.

Brodwin said measuring the impact of the Brexit on property values in the U.K. has proven to be difficult as transactions have halted since the vote. Additionally, a number of real estate investment funds have suspended trading, adding to the difficulty.


Brexit Making Continental Real Estate More Attractive Than U.K., Fund Manager Says

Steve Shigekawa, managing director with Neuberger Berman, joined for a video interview at REITWeek 2016: NAREIT’s Investor Forum at the Waldorf Astoria New York.

Shigekawa leads the Neuberger Berman Global Real Estate Securities Group.

Shigekawa discussed the impact of  the United Kingdom’s upcoming referendum regarding membership in the European Union and what it means for property markets in both England and on the Continent in Europe.

Steve Shigekawa