Beth Mattson-Teig

Mezz Lenders Battle “Fierce” Competition
Heightened demand for mezzanine lending is leading to intense competition among debt providers.
Pension Funds Brace for Lower Returns
Looking ahead to 2016, pension funds are dialing back on expectations and tweaking investment strategies to account for slower growth ahead.
Healthcare REITs Battle Headwinds
Healthcare REITs are getting a tough diagnosis from industry analysts on their short-term outlook.
Is Crowdfunding Truly Ready for the Masses?
In theory, opening the flood gates to non-accredited investors significantly expands the potential investor base and would bring even more capital into the commercial real estate investment arena.
Investors Work Hard to Place Capital Marked for CRE 1
“You’ve raised capital—now what to do with it?” That is a common question heard throughout the commercial real estate industry these days.
What Is The Bond Market Telling Us About Real Estate Prices? 1
There is a correlation between the bond market and commercial real estate, and that could mean that there are some definite changes ahead.
Fitch Report Highlights REIT Credit Concerns
Fitch Ratings recently released research showing that while REIT credit profiles remain strong, they have marginally deteriorated during the last six months.
Buyers Continue to Chase Distressed Assets 1
The waning supply of distressed assets is producing stiff competition among investors who are still hungry for the higher yields these assets offer.
Part 1: M&A Activity is Transforming the CRE Brokerage Industry
An exclusive NREI brokerage survey captures a snapshot of industry views on the pros and cons of key trends, as well as provides further insight into the changes—and challenges—still to come.
Part 2: Challenges of Consolidation
The flurry of M&A activity comes with a hefty price tag—in the millions and even billions of dollars for some deals.
Part 3: Is the Grass Greener?
Brokerage is a people business, and industry consolidation is having an impact on individual brokers.
Part 4: What Do CRE Brokerage Clients Want?
One question that rises to the top amid the flurry of M&A activity is whether bigger is better, and whether or not smaller local and regional firms can survive and thrive in that new marketplace.
Part 5: Brokers Adapt to Change 1
The majority of respondents (68 percent) have worked in the industry for more than 16 years, with 53 percent having worked in the industry for more than 20 years.
Part 6: More M&A Activity Ahead 1
Despite the consolidation and sizable deals that have occurred, most respondents expect more M&A activity.
Property Buyers Take a Breather in Second Quarter
A slight hiccup in second quarter investment sales has some in the industry wondering whether this was a minor blip on the radar or a signal of a broader shift in the market.
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