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Are the Ills at Lending Club Contagious to the Crowdfunding Industry?
What effects will The Lending Club's roller coaster performance have on commercial real estate investment markets?
New Caps for Fannie and Freddie Should Help Drive Growth in Multifamily Sales in 2016
The cap increases will allow the agencies to provide “sorely needed” liquidity to the growing multifamily market.
New Regulations Create Additional Challenge for Non-Traded REITs
Although the new rules pull back the curtain on a sector known for its very high fee load, the transparency may be just the tool the industry needs to drive structural change.
Fundraising Slows Down for Private Equity Real Estate Funds
Although fundraising remains strong by historical standards, new capital flowing into global private equity real estate funds took a big step back in first quarter.
1031 Buyers Battle Competition for Assets, Proposed Reforms
Sales motivated by 1031 buyers are back to pre-recession levels of 2005-2007.
Investors Hit the Pause Button on Acquisition Activity
The latest sales data from New York City-based research firm Real Capital Analytics (RCA) shows that transaction volume in February fell a whopping 46 percent year-over-year.
REITs Lean More Heavily on JV Partner Capital
Many REITs are trading below their net asset values, which makes accessing capital in public markets more expensive.
Lender Capital Is Pouring into Affordable Housing 2
Accessing capital has gotten a lot easier lately as lenders and agencies alike step up their focus on the affordable housing sector.
Wider Spreads Create Speedbump for CMBS Defeasance
Recent volatility in new issuance spreads has changed the lending atmosphere and has, at least for now, taken away some of the incentive to resolve loans in advance of maturity dates.
Foreign Buyers of U.S. Assets Show No Signs of Slowing Down
Although geopolitical and economic issues might create hiccups for some countries, many of the same factors that have been driving foreign investment into the U.S. are still in play.
Part 1: Net Advantage
Sentiment among investors, developers and other players in the net lease sector remains positive.
Part 2: Challenges and Opportunities
As part of the survey, we asked respondents to write about what they saw as the biggest changes in the space from 12 months ago.
Part 3: The Rise of Medical Office
In terms of those property types, respondents ranked medical office/healthcare as having the best outlook.
Part 4: The Wal-Mart Effect
Recent data suggests that the Walmart Neighborhood Market chain is driving down cap rates on net-leased big-box stores.
Have Property Prices Flat-Lined?
Do prices on commercial assets have room to move higher?

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