Here are a few articles I found interesting over the past few days:
Colony American Homes, one of the largest buyers of single-family homes for rental purposes, and which pulled its IPO last spring, has expanded into lending to other single-family landlords.
Hotel operating performance is now above pre-recession levels. This CalcualtedRisk article reports on the surging lodging sector. Make sure to click on the graph that details yearly changes.
A Bloomberg article reports on the surge in German real estate. This article is just one of many I have read in recent weeks that point to a rebound in European real estate.
In Europe, like in the United States, low interest rates and an improving economy are giving investors confidence in unrated debt securities. Here is a Bloombeg article on Nordic affinity for high yielding debt.