Real Estate Industry
Rising interest rates? Falling tenant demand? “High-yield” or “value-added”? Across the global real estate capital markets, how you position yourself with respect to risk and return is critical for maximizing your investments. Whether assessing demographic trends and capital flows or anticipating geographic shifts, Goodwin’s Real Estate Industry Group offers deep market insight and a practical approach to help you make the most of every investment decision – from private fund formation and all types of real estate transactions to REIT and real estate M&A, we excel at what we do.
From locations across the United States and Europe, we position our public and private real estate clients for global growth and strong performance during all phases of national and international economic cycles. With a distinct emphasis on the capital markets and vital experience across all industry sectors, Goodwin employs an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to help guide your investments from inception through realization.
Our real estate industry lawyers are experts in tax, securities and ERISA matters and help structure, negotiate and close complex public and private equity and debt financings, joint ventures, portfolio and REIT M&A, cross-border transactions, hospitality and leisure deals, and large-scale development work.
The intersection between Real Estate and Technology is ever evolving, presenting both challenges and opportunities to companies, their investors, as well as consumers. In response to these market changes, Goodwin has launched a PropTech Initiative which is designed not only to contribute an active dialogue in this dynamic sector but to help our clients explore ways of achieving their aspirations as they embark in this progressive market.
In January 2019 Goodwin and Columbia Business School will partner to present the 12th annual Real Estate Capital Markets Conference. This year’s event will focus on, among other things, macro trends, real estate fundamentals and future growth drivers, the state of the real estate capital markets, global capital flows, and the impact of technology on how we use and invest in real estate.