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U.S. REITS AT A GLANCE: THE RIGHT RISKS WITH BLUE-CHIPS

First, let me offer up my thanks. It’s been over a week since my introductory article appeared here, and I’ve been hearing the response was very good.... Read More >

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Investor's Notebook

Smart people from around the world share their thoughts

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The Macro View

The week's financial news and how it connects across all asset classes

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Technology

Fintech, proptech and what it all means

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Uncorked

A sideways look at the world of wine

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The Fund Manager

Real money - the capital allocators

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The Architect

Some of the profession's best minds

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The Auctioneer

What's going on in the auction world

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Residential Investor

Making money from residential property investment

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What's New

August auction update

THE AUCTION MARKET IN GENERAL From reports of the property auction sales for the first 6 months of the year, there appears to be no clear pattern -... Read More >

Letter to the Editor - August 2018

Dear Editor, I promised to pen a few points about family farm inheritance from a very personal and ill informed... Read More >

The economic case for American criminal justice reform

The latest US jobs report showed that the American economy gained 157,000 jobs in July, and the unemployment rate inched down to 3.9 per cent. Meanwhile,... Read More >

It’s not too late to scrap HS2 - A response from Alex Green

Alex Green, a retired railway operating executive who spent much of his 35 year career with British Rail on the West Coast main line, has responded to the... Read More >

Some thoughts on Louis Kahn and the Yale Centre for British Art

Architects have different obsessions and ultimately these obsessions are expressed in their built work. Some, for example, become concerned with mass and... Read More >

The Wall of Equity ‘WACCs’ Cap Rates

Higher Interest Rates + Late Cycle = Lower Cap Rates. Huh? For the 22+ years I’ve been in this business, investors have relied on the relationship between... Read More >

The Professor

Analysis and opinion from the academic sphere

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Face to Face

In-depth interviews with leading figures in the property world

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The Headhunter

Recruitment and career moves

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The Analyst

Investment themes and trends

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The History Man

A look back at previous cycles, events, characters

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The Economist

Money, rates and prices

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The Agent

Reflections on estate agency, today and in past times

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Political Insider

The inside scoop on Westminster and Whitehall

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Latest Articles

The Premium of Place

By strange and satisfying serendipity the other day, my opponent in a seniors golf match against another club was someone I’d last met back in the early... Read More >

Global Investing: Risk is a four letter word - but then so is ruin!

Market View – Risk is a four letter word - but then so is ruin! Trading the financial markets has taught me that often what Dr. Kissinger (or Sun Tzu,... Read More >

There is no such person as a fat jockey

The result of the 1886 Cambridgeshire horse race shows that St Mirin was beaten a neck by Sailor Prince and that the losing horse carried a pound... Read More >

U.S. REITS At A Glance: From REIT to Shining REIT

Please allow me to skip a fuller introduction of myself - time is short, your time valuable, and article word counts understandably limited.  First,... Read More >

Chalk and cheese: Samuel Pepys at Ten Trinity Square

Our archaeologists excavated Ten Trinity Square beside the Tower of London, as part of the development of a luxury hotel and residential development... Read More >

Joseph Chamberlain and Retailing

Joseph Chamberlain (1836-1914) the radical nineteenth-century businessman and politician who terrified Queen Victoria and many others, is back in the news... Read More >

It’s not too late to scrap HS2

It’s no secret that ambitious public infrastructure projects often end up running monumentally over budget. Recent transport history is littered with such... Read More >

The Price of Farming

Having sufficient food is a basic human need. Sadly it is not always the case in certain areas of our world and many still die of famine. However in... Read More >

Singapore REITs #2

In my last article for The Property Chronicle, I gave an overview on: The definition REITs (Real Estate Investment Trust) The reasons to invest in... Read More >

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