AAG Member Jeanette Rice Joins CBRE to Lead Research Efforts Focused on Investment in the Americas

Jeanette Rice Joins CBRE to Lead Research Efforts Focused on Investment in the Americas

CBRE Group, Inc. announced that Jeanette I. Rice has joined the company to lead its research efforts focused on the investment market in the Americas. In this role Ms. Rice will manage the investment and strategy team within CBRE’s research group, developing analysis and insight on investment opportunities across the region.

Ms. Rice, who will have the title of Americas Head of Investment Research at CBRE, has more than 30 years of experience as a senior-level economist, market analyst, and investment strategist. This includes extensive investment strategy activities, including comparative market analysis, metro market selection, submarket selection, product strategy, pricing/risk analysis, and other investment strategies for internal and client investment decisions.

“Jeanette has built a reputation for thoughtful in-depth analysis and forecasting in all major commercial property types as well as a thorough understanding of global, national and regional economic trends,” said Spencer Levy, Americas Head of Research, CBRE. “Her addition to our team complements our existing capabilities and enhances our ability to deliver sharp, insightful analysis on market trends that institutional investors increasingly require.”

Ms. Rice has consulted for investors such as Verde Realty, IDI, Brookfield Asset Management, The Lionstone Group, Granite Properties and Invesco Real Estate, and has held senior investment strategy and research leadership positions at IDI Gazeley, Crescent Real Estate and HFF.

Ms. Rice received a B.A. from the University of Washington (Seattle), an M.A. from Queen’s University (Kingston, Ontario, Canada) and did additional graduate studies at the University of Chicago. She holds the Counselor of Real Estate (CRE) designation and is RERI (Real Estate Research Institute) and Homer Hoyt Fellow. Ms. Rice is based in Dallas.