Beth Mattson-Teig

“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.
Capital Markets Look Healthy Heading into 2014 
Expectations for rising interest rates in the coming year don’t appear to be stemming the tide of capital flowing to commercial real estate.
Companies Using Lease Renewals As Opportunity to Reconfigure Space 
Office lease renewals are triggering an opportunity for tenants to revamp spaces to fit their changing needs.
Coffers Expand at Global Private Equity Firms 
The pace of capital flows to private equity funds investing in real estate is accelerating and will continue to rise over the next five years.
Seniors Housing Players Continue to Chase Acquisitions, Development Opportunities 
The seniors housing sector continues to carve out a bigger niche for itself within the commercial real estate investment world, according to exclusive results from a fourth-quarter survey conducted by NREI and Senior Housing Global Advisors Inc
Can CRE Crowdfunding Attract a Bigger Audience? 
Firms that arrange crowdfunding are making a bigger pitch to raise capital to fund acquisitions and development projects.
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.
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