The benefits of real estate investing in today's market and the different investment options available when accessing this asset class.
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) add diversification and can reduce volatility in investment portfolios, complementing traditional assets while capturing the benefits unique to real estate.
The Timbercreek Global Real Estate Income Fund is pleased to provide you with a quarterly update which highlights the Fund's performance, portfolio changes and includes a quarterly market commentary from the Portfolio Manager.
The Timbercreek Four Quadrant Global Real Estate Partners is pleased to provide you with a quarterly update which highlights the Partnership’s performance and portfolio activity.
Canadian real estate fund Timbercreek Investment Management Inc. is launching its second Irish property fund to take advantage of the Brexit chaos.
Timbercreek Asset Management is soliciting equity for a fund with the goal of originating $1
billion of bridge loans in the U.S.
The fund will target rental real estate developments and renovations, and be leveraged with an equal split of equity and debt
Timbercreek Senior Managing Director Corrado Russo sees potential of double-digit returns on real estate investment trusts despite higher interest rates
Higher interest rates usually mean stronger economies, inflation and low unemployment, which are positive for real estate securities, says Timbercreek's Corrado Russo.
Corrado Russo, Senior Managing Director, Investments and Global Head of Securities anticipates that this year's market conditions will be favourable for global real estate securities.
Timbercreek's bottom-up fundamental analysis currently suggests that global REITs are priced to deliver another year of positive total returns for 2018 consisting of a 4.6% cash flow yield and a 4%-5% earning growth.
In an environment where global equity markets are reaching all-time highs and fixed income faces higher interest rates, we believe that real estate offers an attractive source of alternative yield with growth potential expected to exceed inflation.
An actively managed, global REIT portfolio, can help advisors diversify their clients' holdings while providing them with strong, reliable income that mitigates increased volatility.
Corrado Russo discusses the performance of REITs in a rising rate environment.
Corrado Russo joins Bloomberg TV Canada to discuss how the troubles of Sears Canada and Hudson's Bay may impact the bottom line of retail-focused REITs.
Boost client portfolios with a balance of public and private exposure to real estate equity and debt.
Corrado Russo, Timbercreek Asset Management’s senior managing director, investments and global head of securities describes the Trump win as “a positive surprise” for real estate generally in the U.S.
Actively managed portfolios of global REITs can be an effective proxy.
A better economy will result high demand for commercial real estate in most regions around the world improving prospects for REITs.
Timbercreek Asset Management have released a 2017 outlook report that calls for global REITs to deliver an 8.5%–10.5% total return in 2017.
Our fundamental approach and valuation models suggest global REITs are priced to deliver an 8.5 – 10.5 per cent total return in 2017
While many have expressed expectations of hard times for the sector, particularly on the heels of rising interest rates, the 2017 Market Outlook report showcases a sunnier attitude!
Corrado Russo discusses the 2017 Market Outlook for Canadian REITs, highlighting key trends including total return expectations and the impact of higher interest rates, with the Financial Post.
Advisors.ca reviews the highlights of the Timbercreek Asset Management Market Outlook report. The report discusses a brighter economic outlook, with REITs poised to deliver 8.5% to 10.5% total returns in 2017.
Corrado Russo joins Bloomberg TV Canada to discuss reasons to be optimistic about REITs in a rising-rate environment an the impact of the recent U.S. election.
Real estate, whether in the form of private, direct investments or publicly traded companies via mutual funds, is particularly fertile ground for the out-of-the-box solutions investors need.
Tighter correlations between traditional asset classes and increasingly volatile equity markets have left investors searching for solutions that add meaningful diversification and stability to their portfolios.
Trump’s pro-growth, pro-inflationary policies will likely mean an increase in interest rates. But higher rates aren’t necessarily bad for global REITs, if they signal a brighter outlook for economic growth.
Corrado Russo, Global Head of Securities at Timbercreek, thinks sectors like high-quality European retail real estate will benefit from negative interest rates.
There will be a buying opportunity (in the U.K.) but not yet. Timbercreek is more focused on the surrounding markets that are going to benefit from this in the immediate term and look to how we take advantage of that.
Real estate delivers what your clients need: income, capital preservation through stability and diversification.