Sam Zell At Milken On Global Real Estate Investing [VIDEO]

Depending on geography and asset class, real estate markets around the world are in different phases of recovery or expansion. Within this uneven landscape, which corners of the marketplace offer the best opportunities? The Eurozone, where growth is just returning — or Asia, where growth has been strong? Are the deals in Latin America too pricey? What’s the best mix of asset classes across commercial, retail, industrial, multifamily, single family and hospitality? Commercial real estate has outperformed many other investment options – can that continue? Does the U.S., where consumers are spending and traveling again, offer the highest potential for capital appreciation? What are the best sources of capital, and should investors issue debt or equity to finance deals? Listen to the pros who put their money where their mouth is.


William Kahane, CEO, RCS Capital

William McMorrow , Chairman and CEO, Kennedy Wilson

Jonathan Pollack, Global Head of Commercial Real Estate and Head of Risk for Structured Finance, Deutsche Bank

Henry Silverman, Global Head of Real Estate and Infrastructure, Guggenheim Partners

Sam Zell, Chairman, Equity Group Investments


Lewis Feldman , Partner and Los Angeles Chair, Goodwin Procter LLP

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