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Understanding Private Real Estate and Real Estate Mathematics Package

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  • ISBN: 978-1-908-783-11-0 | 978-1-904-696-93-3
  • Publication Date: November 2014
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This package contains two best-selling private real estate titles. Understanding Private Real Estate provides a unique 360-degree view of how the asset class works and why. In addition, Real Estate Mathematics sheds light on some of the most challenging arithmetical problems that face private real estate today.

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Understanding Private Real Estate

An expert introduction to the fund and asset lifecycles

The publication will help you to develop a clear understanding of the mechanics and processes involved at each key stage in the fund and asset lifecycles including: raising a private real estate fund and successfully sourcing capital from investors; methods employed to value real estate assets and how to exit an investment and wind down a fund.

In addition to the ten thematic chapters written by leading industry practitioners, there is an extensive Glossary allowing quick access to the industry-specific terminology used throughout the publication.

This publication is designed for:

  • New entrants to the asset class seeking a comprehensive introduction to accompany formal training programmes
  • Junior-level practitioners wanting to expand their knowledge and understanding of the asset class and enhance career prospects
  • Senior and experienced practitioners across all alternative asset classes looking to refresh their knowledge of private real estate or wanting to acquire a valuable training resource for their team
  • Practitioners highly specialised in one area of real estate wishing to obtain a comprehensive understanding of all key stages in the fund and asset lifecycles

This title will help you to:

  • Optimise your firm’s investment management by incorporating leading investment styles and risk management
  • Successfully source capital from investors and raise a private real estate fund
    Understand how to structure the capital stack to engage investor appetite and which finance methods sponsors prefer
  • Learn what information to request from fund managers during due diligence exercises
    Acquire insight into the process and methodology of valuing real estate assets
  • Prepare to exit an investment by highlighting strategies and processes involved at the end of the investment cycle

Real Estate Mathematics

Applied analytics for private real estate

Understanding the mathematics of real estate is an essential requirement to making any investment decision. With real estate markets improving and opportunities arising again after the recent economic downturn, the need to accurately analyse and calculate investments is greater than ever.

This essential guide will help you:

  • Understand the fundamentals of real estate investing and its drivers
  • Assess and model quantitative risks using cutting-edge mathematical methods
  • Forecast, measure and benchmark real estate performance
  • Understand the dynamics of financing sources, including loans, debt, derivatives and CMBS
  • Analyse and identify the risks and returns in making international and cross-border investments
  • Calculate capital structure, management fees, carried interest and other economic incentives
  • Familiarise yourself with the latest in real estate valuation and appraisals
  • Gain insight into managing your portfolio through the cycles
  • Inform yourself of the principles and methods of sustainable property financial analysis

Who should own this guide:

  • Real Estate Fund Managers
  • Fund of Fund Managers
  • Institutional Investors
  • Asset Managers
  • Real Estate Bankers
  • Real Estate Financiers
  • Real Estate Lawyers
  • Real Estate Consultants and Advisers
  • Real Estate Analysts
  • Real Estate Academics

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Understanding Private Real Estate
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AXA Real Estate Investment Managers
Drivers Jonas Deloitte
DTZ
GreenOak Real Estate
Hawkeye Partners
Jones Lang LaSalle
J.P. Morgan Asset Management
Monument Group
Nabarro LLP
RICS
Russell Investments

Real Estate Mathematics contributors include:

Aviva Investors
Bard Consulting
CBRE Econometric Advisors
Chandan Economics
GIC Real Estate
Green Building Finance Consortium
Grosvenor
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
MGPA
Pension Real Estate Association
Real Estate Economics
Real Estate Research Corporation
Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
ROZ Real Estate Council
Russell Investments
Zisler Capital Associates

AXA Real Estate Investment Managers
Drivers Jonas Deloitte
DTZ
GreenOak Real Estate
Hawkeye Partners
Jones Lang LaSalle
J.P. Morgan Asset Management
Monument Group
Nabarro LLP
RICS
Russell Investments

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Real Estate Mathematics
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Aviva Investors
Bard Consulting
CBRE Econometric Advisors
Chandan Economics
GIC Real Estate
Green Building Finance Consortium
Grosvenor
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
MGPA
Pension Real Estate Association
Real Estate Economics
Real Estate Research Corporation
Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
ROZ Real Estate Council
Russell Investments
Zisler Capital Associates

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Understanding Private Real Estate
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1. Private real estate: a global overview of the asset class
Charles Conrath, J.P. Morgan Asset Management and Kasia Sielewicz, DTZ

2. Investing in real estate: navigating market cyclicality
Alan Patterson, AXA Real Estate Investment Managers

3. Sourcing capital for a private real estate fundraise
Lori Campana, Monument Group

4. Financing the investment: the capital structure
Andrew Yoon and Sonny Kalsi, GreenOak Real Estate

5. The appraisal process
Ollie Saunders, Drivers Jonas Deloitte

6. Valuing the real estate asset
Phillip H. Gainey, RICS

7. Due diligence and key legal terms
Hawkeye Partners, LP

8. Asset management: strategy and role of the manager
Nigel Wheeler, Jones Lang LaSalle

9. Exiting a fund: strategy, planning and processes
Deborah Lloyd, Nabarro LLP

10. The future of private real estate: Predictions for the next decade
Derek Williams, Russell Investment

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Real Estate Mathematics
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SECTION I: FUNDAMENTALS

1. Private real estate allocations in multi-asset investment portfolios
Greg MacKinnon, Pension Real Estate Association

2. Forecasting real estate returns
Timothy Bellma

3. Real estate investment capital structure
Hugh Kelly, Real Estate Economic

4. Contrasting approaches to quantifying risk in real estate investments
Jon Southard, CBRE Econometric Advisor

5. Modelling uncertainty: Monte Carlo analysis and the pricing of real estate
Jon Southard, CBRE Econometric Advisors

6. Analysing and pricing risk in international real estate markets
Maurizio Grilli and Richard Barkham, Grosvenor

7. Special considerations in sustainable property financial analysis
Scott Muldavin, Green Building Finance Consortium

8. Real estate loans and real estate debt
Sam Chandan, Chandan Economics

SECTION II: INVESTING

10. CMBS securitisation and investing
Josh Younger, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

11. Key considerations in joint-venture projects
Roy Schneiderman and Dean Altshuler, Bard Consulting LLC

12. Cash-flow considerations for value-added deals
Pip White and Nigel Allsopp, MGPA

13. Cross-border investment: Considerations and risks
Paige Mueller, GIC Real Estate

14. Benchmarking real estate performance
Kevin Scherer, BlackRock

SECTION III: FUND AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

15. Principles of real estate appraisal
Aart Hordijk, ROZ/Tilburg University, and Peter van Arnhem

16. Valuation of income-producing real estate
Phillip H. Gainey IV, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors

17. Management fee, carried interest and other economic terms of real estate funds
Derek Williams, Russell Investments

18. Mathematical concepts in building a real estate multi-manager portfolio
Edward Casal and Tiffany Thomas, Aviva Investors

19. Portfolio returns and volatilities through the cycles
Kenneth Riggs, Real Estate Research Corporation

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