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Brookfield's largest-ever $15B property fund has invested in properties from New York (666 Fifth Avenue) to Bangalore (the Leela Palace hotel) (Credit: Brookfield, Getty Images, Leela)

Real estate fundraising hits lowest level since 2013

As high-yielding real estate deals become harder to come by, institutional investors are starting to become more selective —...

Real estate fundraising hits lowest level since 2013
Fortress pays $20M for Tiffany building on Worth Avenue

Fortress pays $20M for Tiffany building on Worth Avenue

Fortress Investment Group just bought a gem on Palm Beach’s Worth Avenue. A Madden Family Associates partnership sold the...

Fortress pays $20M for Tiffany building on Worth Avenue
Fortress is doubling down on CRE debt

Fortress is doubling down on CRE debt

Fortress Investment Group is in the midst of raising two real estate funds. The SoftBank Capital-owned investment firm is set to close a $1.5 real estate credit fund by the end of the year,...

Fortress is doubling down on CRE debt
All Aboard owner Fortress to be acquired for $3.3B by Japanese telecom giant

All Aboard owner Fortress to be acquired for $3.3B by Japanese telecom giant

From the New York website: Fortress Investment Group — the $70 billion investment manager and parent of Coral Gables-based Florida...

All Aboard owner Fortress to be acquired for $3.3B by Japanese telecom giant
Bond issue for All Aboard Florida still pending

Bond issue for All Aboard Florida still pending

Fortress Investment Group, the company behind a planned passenger rail service from Miami to Orlando, is still seeking investors...

Bond issue for All Aboard Florida still pending
Herrick buys CVS portfolio from Fortress

Herrick buys CVS portfolio from Fortress

A Boca Raton investor paid $190 million for a multi-state portfolio of CVS locations. The Herrick Co. acquired the 44 properties from Fortress Investment Group, South Florida Business Journal reported. A group of lenders...

Herrick buys CVS portfolio from Fortress
Non-banks gaining share of mortgage-servicing rights

Non-banks gaining share of mortgage-servicing rights

Private equity firms and hedge funds are buying mortgage-servicing rights or MSRs as banks look to unload long-term assets...

Non-banks gaining share of mortgage-servicing rights
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SEC determines future for profitable mortgage REITs

Nine real estate investment trusts have filed to sell approximately $2.5 billion in shares since the beginning of the...

SEC determines future for profitable mortgage REITs
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