Baker Program and Hodes Weill & Associates Present 5th Annual Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor Report

At the Cornell Real Estate Conference in New York City on October 13th 2017, the findings of the 5th annual global real estate Allocations Monitor were presented by the Co-Founder of Hodes Weill & Associates, Doug Weill. The Allocations Monitor has been serving institutional investors, asset managers and industry professionals in the real estate industry… Continue Reading Baker Program and Hodes Weill & Associates Present 5th Annual Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor Report

Cornell Real Estate Conference Wrap Up: Investment Trends Panel

This is the first article in a summary series of the 2016 Cornell Real Estate Conference. The 2016 Hodes Weill (HW) Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor and its findings were presented and discussed at the Cornell Real Estate Conference on October 13-14 in New York City.  Baker Program in Real Estate director Dustin Jones and… Continue Reading Cornell Real Estate Conference Wrap Up: Investment Trends Panel

Baker Students Welcome Doug Weill ’88, Managing Partner of Hodes Weill & Associates

At this Thursday’s Distinguished Speaker Series, students of the Baker Program have the privilege of welcoming Doug Weill, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of the real estate advisory boutique Hodes Weill & Associates. Mr. Weill and his partner David Hodes formed the company in 2009 after nearly a decade of successfully co-managing Credit Suisse’s Real Estate… Continue Reading Baker Students Welcome Doug Weill ’88, Managing Partner of Hodes Weill & Associates

Cornell-Hodes Weill 2015 Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor Released

The 3rd Annual Survey of Institutional Real Estate Allocations has been released by Cornell University’s Baker Program in Real Estate in partnership with Hodes Weill & Associates. Key Findings: 1. Target allocations continue to increase, albeit at a moderating pace. 2. Investors remain significantly under-invested in real estate. 3. Institutional real estate portfolios have generated… Continue Reading Cornell-Hodes Weill 2015 Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor Released