Bahram Motamedian

  • What Will Replace Apartments as the Hot Sector?

    USAA Real Estate Company's Bahram Motamedian gives insight on the company's current investment strategy. Today the firm is a net seller of core assets, but is looking for value-add opportunities in secondary markets as well as BTS or speculative development opportunities in office. Speculative industrial is also looking hot, while multi-family is not.

    National 14 April 2014 19:18

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