Real Estate Capital Markets Conference

Real Estate Capital Markets Conference: Mid-Year Update

As we begin to plan for the 2018 conference, Goodwin Partners John Ferguson and Gil Menna, and Columbia Business School Co-Directors of the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate, Professor Christopher Mayer, and President of Metropolitan Real Estate David Sherman ’82, took a moment to discuss the partnership between Columbia and Goodwin, as well as the evolution and the importance of the conference over the past 10 years.

 

AROUND THE WORLD IN UNDER 5 MINUTES: VIEWS ON THE GLOBAL REAL ESTATE CAPITAL MARKETS

From a new U.S. presidential administration to the impact of Brexit on Europe and beyond to the outlook for Latin America and international trade agreements, opportunities in the global real estate capital markets abound. In this brief video, experts share their views on these topics and more from the recent Real Estate Capital Markets Conference hosted by Goodwin and Columbia Business School.

EXPLORING AND EXPLAINING DISRUPTORS

Traditionally considered the domain of the digital age, disruptors are emerging in more sectors every day, including the real estate capital markets where they can both upset conventional wisdom or encourage innovation. Whether they are in the form of driverless cars, crowdfunding, telecommuting or big data, disruptors pose challenges and opportunities for the real estate sector. This brief video from the 2017 conference examines how disruptors can best be anticipated and addressed.

LOOKING AHEAD AT REAL ESTATE CAPITAL MARKETS

In this video, Goodwin Partners John Ferguson, Minta Kay and Gil Menna, Columbia Professor of Real Estate and Co-Director Chris Mayer, and Co-Founder, President and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Metropolitan Real Estate David Sherman offer insight on the future of global real estate capital markets.