Obviously there are many transactions that occur each day.
I am just curious to why all these "smart" people in the industry would sell a property that they think is "good."
Based on your experiences, did your firm ever question why a company was selling a particular property, and if so, why?
Should one be hesitant to buy from a seasoned owner? Thanks
1 Example - selling/buying involving larger institutions: Buying a building from Sam Zell(800 6th ave), Selling to Blackstone & Brookfield (why not keep it if they want it?) Eyal Ofer buying from Jamestown, basically any big transaction as one example. Who wins at the end of the day? How much of it is fund related?