Beth Mattson-Teig

Beth
Mattson-Teig
Articles
Institutions Work to Increase CRE Allocations 
Institutional capital continues to pour into commercial real estate, but placing that capital amid today’s competitive market is no easy task.
Retirement Funds Gravitate to Real Estate  1
Retirement savings plans that once shied away from the illiquidity of direct ownership of real estate are now beginning to take on property investment.
Aspiring Brokerage Firms Continue to Expand Platforms 
Smaller commercial real estate services firms are pushing forward with ambitious growth plans.
Foreign Investment in U.S. CRE Grows  1
Foreign investors continue to snap up ownership stakes in major landmarks ranging from Manhattan office towers to Miami condo projects.
Flexibility, Attractive Rates Fuel Public REITs' Appetite for Unsecured Debt 
Public REITs are known for their deep pockets thanks to their ability to tap both traditional mortgage debt as well as public equity. REITs are expanding their capital options even further with a growing appetite for unsecured debt.
Land Market Gains Traction 
Developers, owners and lenders who found themselves stuck holding land when the development spigot shut off are beginning to see a welcome return of buyers.
College Towns Draw CRE Investor Interest 
Colleges and universities are a boon to local economies in more ways than just providing a steady supply of students who fuel demand for beer and pizza joints.
Investors Absorb Rate Hike–For Now 
Although commercial real estate investors have been waiting for a rise in interest rates for months—even years—since the uptick finally arrived in May, buyers, sellers and financiers have all had to make adjustments.
Pipeline of European NPLs Is On the Rise 1
U.S.-based private equity buyers are finding deals across the pond as Europe’s “bad banks” continue to push more non-performing loan portfolios to the sale market.
Church Property Sales on the Rise  1
The Roman Catholic Church has made headlines in recent years for closing parishes across the country from New York to Detroit in a major effort to restructure its archdioceses. Yet the mass closings reflect a broader shift impacting a variety of religious organizations. The downsizing stems from declining revenues, shifting demographics and high costs associated with maintaining aging facilities.
A Deep Dive into the Federal Reserve’s View of CRE 
Brian Bailey, a senior financial policy analyst in the supervision and regulation division at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, talked with NREI about how the Fed keeps its fingers on the pulse of the commercial real estate market.
Detroit Bankruptcy Reinforces Stringent Investor Underwriting Practices 
Detroit’s recent bankruptcy bid pushes an issue to the forefront that has increasingly been on the table for institutional investment committees—the financial health of municipalities.
FASB Lease Accounting Changes Draw Closer  1
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) is one step closer to implementing new lease accounting standards that have been in the works for nearly five years.
Tech Tools Aid Property Managers 
Whether it is smartphones or smart buildings, today’s property managers have their hands on a variety of new and emerging technologies.
10 Disrupters: Filling the Pipeline  2
Investment capital has been flowing to the single-family home rental market in the wake of the foreclosure crisis. But can the sector grow into an established investment class—especially as the housing market recovers and deep discounts on acquisitions disappear?
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