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Mr. Alan C. Billingsley

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Head of Americas Research for RRE...

Local Address:  San Francisco , California , United States
Deutsche Bank AG
Taunusanlage 12
Frankfurt , Hesse 60325

Company Description: Deutsche Bank AG is a global investment bank. The Company offers a range of investment, financial and related products and services to private individuals,...   more

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  • M.A. , Architecture and Urban Planning
    University of California , Los Angeles
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"In general, apartment and industrial ..., 8 May 2014 [cached]
"In general, apartment and industrial markets should be less negatively impacted by market fundamentals in the near term, with strong fundamentals in the longer term making them less risky investments," says Alan Billingsley, head of research in the Americas for Deutsche Bank Group's Asset Management investment division, which has more than $67 billion in assets under management. Apartments: A remarkably strong recovery for apartments is projected between 2011 and 2015, owing much to a slowed new development pipeline.
New York's Midtown South, Boston's Back ... [cached]
New York's Midtown South, Boston's Back Bay and Seattle's Lake Union are among the markets with "great tenant demand," said Alan Billingsley, head of Americas research for Deutsche Bank's RREEF property fund.
"It's office with a twist, but fully office," said Billingsley of RREEF, which bought the Facebook campus on behalf of the State of Wisconsin Investment Board in February.
High-flying tech companies can be perilous for landlords if their growth slows or they fail altogether, with single-tenant properties especially vulnerable to tech's boom-and-bust cycles, Billingsley said.
We think the market won't bottom ..., 10 April 2009 [cached]
We think the market won't bottom until 2010," said Alan Billingsley, a San Francisco-based analyst for Deutsche Bank AG's RREEF Research.
Party moving away from retail real estate, 26 June 2005 [cached]
"The retail property market has peaked in terms of both NOI growth and value," says Allan Billingsley, director of research at RREEF, Deutsche Bank's U.S.-based real estate investment advisor."Apartments, industrial and office, still in the growth phases of their market cycles have more room to grow and are outpacing retail properties."In comparison, retail properties are "aggressively priced," according to Billingsley.
Even though cap rates have begun to budge from the historic lows set in 2005, Billingsley and other market watchers predict there will be little action in the sector until investors see more upside potential.Rising interest and inflation rates, along with the softening housing market, decreased refinancing activity, and volatile energy prices, have reduced consumer spending and have eroded demand for new retail space.
Will the Buying Frenzy in Retail Real Estate Continue?, 1 May 2003 [cached]
"What's really changed is that these private buyers are not little guys any longer," says Alan Billingsley, vice president in the San Francisco office of RREEF, a division of DB Real Estate, the real estate investment management group of Deutsche Asset Management.
"A year ago, retail was an excellent buy because it was relatively stable and reasonably priced," says Billingsley of RREEF.
"Once interest rates start creeping up a bit," says Billingsley, "the leveraged buyer will fade and the pricing will get easier."
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