Real estate compensation: The year in review
- Earning curve Property. Saunders, Andrew // Management Today;Nov2000, p25
Presents information on the earnings of real estate property owners and executives in Great Britain as of November 2000. Duke of Westminster's real estate assets; Real estate tycoon Eddie Healey.
- Survey says... // Journal of Property Management;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p80
Provides information on a survey conducted by FPL Associates Consulting regarding corporate governance and executive compensation issues. Role of the public sector in the real estate industry; Projection on the prominence of the use of debt.
- Emphasis on individual performance directs flow of compensation. Ferguson, William J. // National Real Estate Investor;8/31/93, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p6
Discusses compensation trends in commercial real estate business as a result of changes in the approach used by financial institutions and asset management companies toward the real estate market. Advantages of conservative lending; Asset managers' emphasis on services; Compensation of top...
- HINDSIGHT. // Estates Gazette;12/5/2009, Issue 948, p122
The article recalls several real estate business-related articles published in the previous December issues of "Estate Gazette" in Great Britain. An increase in the pay levels for property bosses by 11% was reported in the December 4, 1999 issue. According to the December 1, 1934 issue, almost...
- The Paycheck Report. Hequet, Marc // Retail Traffic;Jul2004, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p34
Reports on Specialty Consultants Inc.'s survey about the compensation of real estate executives in the United States. Rebound in the pay of executives; Increase in the bonus of regional property and asset managers; Effect of rising interest rates on pay.
- COMPENSATION by CONSENSUS. Field, Anne // Retail Traffic;Jul2005, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p30
Focuses on the increase in executive compensation and bonuses at the top five levels of real estate investment trust organizations in the U.S. Consideration of the cost-efficient and flexible way to pay high performers; Offer of reward to employees for their success; Compliance of the firms to...
- To put it baldly: don't cut the basic pay. Bill, Peter // Estates Gazette;2/7/2009, Issue 905, p15
The article presents the results of the Estates Gazette's 18th annual salary survey in real estate business in Great Britain, which shows a decrease in average basic pay by 4% to £51,180. The survey also reveals a decline in average bonus by 15% and in various fringe benefits such as company...
- Point of View: Overpayment of Manager Incentive Fees- When Preferred Returns and IRR Hurdles Differ. Altshuler, Dean; Schneiderman, Roy // Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management;May-Aug2011, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p181
Executive Summary. An evolution has taken place in terms of manager incentive fee documentation. Originally, incentive fees were based on a "preferred return" methodology whereas, today, most contracts use an IRR hurdle methodology. Although this change generally has been treated as a non-event,...
- King Sturge retains �10m of profits to ride out slump. O'Connell, Bridget // Estates Gazette;2/14/2009, Issue 906, p23
The article reports that King Sturge head of investment Philip Marsden has defied the onset of the credit crunch by earning a �2 million package in the year to April 2008. Marsden is believed to be the highest earner among the 73 equity partners at the top 10 real estate agent. The property...