National August 2022 Issue


Paycheck potential: A look at real estate’s top earners

As much as real estate loves its greenbacks, people tend to keep quiet about the paychecks its players take home. The Real Deal sifted through the records and shook the grapevine to figure out what one can make in the business, from the bottom of the corporate ladder to the top.   The median president or CEO of a real estate investment trust, holding what are among the most lucrative… [more]

Could a recession be rocket fuel for single-family rentals?
National

Could a recession be rocket fuel for single-family rentals?

As housing braces for a prolonged downturn, the single-family rental sector appears poised for a shopping spree.  Accounting for a...

Could a recession be rocket fuel for single-family rentals?
Miami vs NYC: A developer’s guide
Miami

Miami vs NYC: A developer’s guide

Ian Bruce Eichner took on two condominium projects last year.  In Manhattan’s Murray Hill, he struck a deal to buy the Community Church of New York’s home. And in Bay Harbor Islands, a small...

Miami vs NYC: A developer’s guide
Shaya Prager takes on the Windy City
Chicago

Shaya Prager takes on the Windy City

Few players have pounced harder on office buildings decimated by the pandemic than Shaya Prager, whose Opal Holdings dropped more than $2 billion into that very market in the past two years — $1.8...

Shaya Prager takes on the Windy City
L.A. studios look  to weather the storm
Los Angeles

L.A. studios look to weather the storm

Banks are issuing fewer CMBS loans. Office deals are falling through. Cap rates on multifamily properties are rising. None of it seems to be scaring Los Angeles studio developers, a group that is so...

L.A. studios look to weather the storm
Sand Hill Road reckons with its future
San Francisco

Sand Hill Road reckons with its future

There are only a handful of streets across the U.S. that are synonymous with entire industries. Wall Street and finance. Madison Avenue and advertising. K Street and politics. In Menlo Park, California, it’s Sand...

Sand Hill Road reckons with its future
The Closing: James Whelan

The Closing: James Whelan

At the Real Estate Board of New York’s annual gala in June, Jim Whelan held court. As some of the industry’s biggest developers and dealmakers shook his hand or slapped him on the back,...

The Closing: James Whelan
Stuart Elliott
National

Editor’s note: Where the money’s at

There’s money, and then there’s money.  That’s the main takeaway from our cover story this month about how much real estate professionals working in different parts of the business earn. The story by Joe...

Editor’s note: Where the money’s at

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