Beth Mattson-Teig

Beth
Mattson-Teig
Articles
CRE Service Firms Expand Their Offerings  1
Growing momentum in the commercial real estate recovery is giving some firms traction to expand the breadth and depth of services and further develop emerging specialties.
Exclusive Report Shows Robust Investor Demand for Seniors Housing 
The stars appear to be lining up in favor of a bull run in the seniors housing sector. Exclusive results from a study conducted jointly by NREI and the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC) shows that respondents are optimistic on their outlook for the sector.
CDOs 2.0 Pique Investor Interest  1
The CRE collateralized loan obligation (CLO) is a new syndication structure that has been gaining traction over the past two years. Growing momentum in the niche has been fueled in large part by investors’ quest for higher yields.
It’s Payday for Many Non-Traded REIT Investors 
The non-traded REIT sector has experienced a flurry of liquidity events of late and that activity shows no signs of slowing.
Virtual Marketing Helps Brokers Showcase Properties  1
E-commerce has changed how people make purchases and also how they make buying decisions with more online research. The commercial real estate industry is taking note of that shift and trying to leverage technology to capture the interest of potential tenants and buyers.
Top Private Equity Funds Reveal Their Success Secrets 
A recent report released by London-based Preqin on the “Top 20 Fund Managers: The Importance of Manager Experience” shows that the top 20 private equity funds in the world raised a combined $143.9 billion between 2009 and 2013.
REITs Hit Dry Spell for IPOs 
REIT IPO activity year-to-date in 2014 is anemic compared to the frothy pace that occurred during the same period in 2013, when 19 separate IPOs were completed. So far this year, only two IPOs have closed.
Sales Surge on European NPLs 
Forget Wimbledon and tourist attractions such as the Roman Coliseum, U.S. investors are flocking to Europe to pursue lucrative opportunities in the non-performing loan (NPL) market.
Crowdfunding Firms Chase Bigger Fish  3
Although minimum buy-in amounts of $1,000, $5,000 or $10,000 are common, some investors can access crowdfunding deals for as little as $100. Now some crowdfunding firms are aiming higher.
Appetite for M&A in Global CRE Sector Continues 
Mergers and acquisitions activity has been gaining momentum across the broader commercial real estate industry as firms refocus efforts on expansion in the recovering economy.
Buyers Chase Shrinking Pool of Distressed Assets 
The diminishing supply of non-performing loans is fueling competition for the few remaining deals among a crowded field of opportunistic investors.
Co-working Centers Continue to Carve Out Bigger Niche 
There continues to be healthy growth in all sectors of the “workspace on demand” niche, ranging from business centers and executive suites to incubators and even hotels that are now offering drop-in space on a permanent or temporary basis.
Capital Crunch Stymies Affordable Housing Developers 
There is no question that the shrinking supply of affordable housing is at odds against what continues to be overwhelming demand. Industry estimates show an affordable housing market that is significantly under-supplied by 10 million to 20 million units nationally.
Private Equity Funds Battle for Capital 
A proliferation of funds is creating stiff competition for the available money and making it difficult for some to meet fundraising goals.
Cranking Out Returns 
The seniors housing market remains on a bull run with further rises in values and compressions in cap rates to come.
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