Beth Mattson-Teig

Beth
Mattson-Teig
Articles
Investors Try to Leap Barriers in Canada 
Canada is stepping out of the shadow of its larger neighbor to the south. Although the Canadian market is a fraction the size of the U.S. market—about 10 percent—the country is increasingly popping up on the radar screen for international investors.
Private Equity Funds Capture More Capital 
Not only is money pouring back into private equity funds, but fund managers are anticipating even more demand in the coming months as institutions continue to raise target allocations for 2014.
Gensler Pushes Hacking to Retrofit Buildings 
In an age of identity theft and cyber fraud, hacking does not exactly conjure up positive images. But hacking is exactly what a national architecture firm is pitching as a sustainable solution to transforming aging office buildings into more viable destinations for tomorrow’s workers.
Lenders Follow Investors to Smaller Markets 
Debt and equity financing available for deals in tertiary markets is far from free flowing. Yet there is a growing pool of lenders willing to do those deals.
Plateau Ahead for Net Lease?  4
One of the biggest hurdles to achieving higher sales in the net lease market is limited supply of acquisition opportunities.
JLL Name Change Keeps it Simple 
Globalization, pronunciation and digitization were all factors the company cited as key drivers behind the name change.
Blackstone Faces Speed Bump on Invitation Homes RMBS 
The industry has been keeping close tabs on early performance indicators for the nearly $500 million Invitation Homes securitization.
Pension Funds Aim for More Investment Targets 
Pension funds working to push more money into commercial real estate are expanding their investment parameters to include secondary markets, international funds and even new development.
Mega Merger Ups the Stakes for REITs 
NREI spoke with American Realty Capital Chairman and CEO Nicholas Schorsch about the pending ARC/Cole merger and other trends in the REIT sector.
Diving into 'Deep Retrofits' 
The Rocky Mountain Institute has released a new guide for owner-occupants aimed at helping companies to more accurately calculate the value in deep energy retrofits.The report tries to more clearly define the non-energy costs and benefits, risk reductions and overall value created in deep energy retrofits.
CRE Rebound Sparks Higher Construction Costs 
Now, as the market recovers, construction costs are once again starting to rise. Costs vary from region to region around the country.
“Recycled” Capital Gives Non-Traded REITs a Boost 
One of the biggest stories buzzing through the non-traded REIT industry is the fact that the industry hit a $20 billion high water mark in 2013—almost double the $10.3 billion raised in 2012.
Bridge, Mezzanine Lenders See Rising Tide of Deals  3
Five years ago, the capital markets meltdown thinned the herd of players in the bridge and mezzanine niche.
Office Sublease Space Lingers 
As the office market continues to eke out its recovery, the sector is still trying to dig out from under a sizable load of sublease space. Nationally, the volume of sublease space has improved markedly since the peak of the recession.
New Office Designs, Amenities are Redefining the Meaning of Class-A  2
By the numbers, office development still remains a shadow of its former self. But, the few corporate and multi-tenant buildings that are coming out of the ground are raising the bar on class-A standards.
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