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Barry Sternlicht: Real Estate Market, Long/Short Positions in Real Estate Portfolio and Volatility

An interview with billionaire and CEO of Starwood Capital Group, Barry Sternlicht. In this interview, Barry discusses the real estate market going into 2020 and the factors he assesses to determine the markets strength. Barry also talks about what he is long/short in his portfolio and what he has learnt from the many real estate deals throughout his career. ?Barry Sternlicht recommended books are located at the bottom of the description❗

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Video Segments:
0:00 Introduction
3:00 Real estate market in North America?
11:38 The market in 2020 will fall?
17:33 What are doing with portfolios, are you long or short?
23:00 Volatility in real estate markets has been muted?
27:34 Did you work on the JMB deal/ worst deal of career?
35:51 What is so good about the hotel business?

Barry Sternlicht Recommended Books?(affiliate link)
Good To Great:http://bit.ly/GoodToGreatBS
Who Moved My Cheese:http://bit.ly/WhoMovedMyCheeseBS

Interview Date: 29th November, 2018
Event: Real Estate Forum
Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/BSternlichtPic5

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