From the February issue: Every real estate investor’s dream is to buy low and sell high. But actually executing that strategy is not as easy as it sounds.
This month, as many in the industry are expressing concern about a possible downshift in the market, The Real Deal set out to find out who’s timed this economic cycle best — so far.
To do that, we analyzed 2015’s building sales above $50 million, but we only included buildings that the seller bought at some point since Jan. 1, 2010, when the market was still in the beginning of its recovery. Then we broke the deals down by both gross profit and percentage increase. [more]