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Beth Mattson-Teig

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CMBS Delinquencies Climb Higher
Most of the stable legacy loans securitized circa 2007 have already been refinanced or defeased early, whereas much of what is left are the “dregs,” or loans that have very high leverage or vacancy and values.
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Private Equity Funds Anticipate Slower Fundraising Ahead
Global private equity real estate funds raised $108 billion in 2016 as compared to the $123 billion raised in 2015.
Tax Talk Triggers Pricing Drop for LIHTCs
Since the election, LIHTC investors have reassessed the range of possible outcomes from tax reform and have modified pricing strategies.
Part 1: The Overall Outlook
While respondents to our survey indicated that there remains healthy appetite for net lease properties, the sentiment dampened slightly compared with 2016.
Part 2: Challenges and Opportunities
By far the change noted by most respondents was the interest rate environment. And some uncertainty about what lies ahead may be leading to a last spike in deals.
Part 3: Medical Offices, Drugstores Lead the Way
Much of the subdued trading of Rite Aid properties stems from the fact that Walgreens has not identified which Rite Aid stores it will divest of or close during the merger.
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Tertiary Markets See Ebb and Flow of Debt Capital
Some lenders are looking at the risk of smaller markets as an opportunity to do deals and achieve higher yields, while others are pulling back on loan amounts.
Seventh Inning Market Cycle Stretches On, And On 1
Despite signs that growth is slowing, or even flat in some cases, the common view is that this prolonged growth cycle will stay the course for at least another year—if not longer.
What Financial Reform Under Trump Might Mean for CRE
Among other measures, reintroduction of the amended Creating Hope and Opportunity for Investors, Consumers and Entrepreneurs Act could be significant for commercial real estate.
More Hurdles Ahead for Foreign Investors
If the U.S. were to introduce substantive policy change and adopt an isolationist stance, that could potentially prompt foreign investors to hit the pause button or take a more wait-and-see approach.
Bankers Stick to “Bread and Butter” Loans 1
It is business as usual for bank lenders, and many are anticipating that 2017 lending volumes will be on par with 2016.
Rising Interest Rates Likely to Cool Net Lease Prices
Pricing on net lease assets has been at all-time highs for the past two to three years, and many in the industry believe that higher interest rates will likely have a cooling effect.
Pension Funds Consider Alternative Assets
There has been a noticeable spike in pension fund interest in non-traditional property types over the past few years.
REITs Stumble After S&P Debut
A less than stellar performance for the S&P 500 Real Estate sector during its first few months has taken some of the wind out of the sails.
REIT IPOs Continue to Face Hurdles
The sedate pace of IPO activity is testament to the challenging pricing market that still exists, and 2017 is shaping up to be another slow year.
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