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Beth Mattson-Teig

Beth
Mattson-Teig
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Drop in 10-year Treasury Gives Real Estate Pricing a Lift
Price appreciation got an unexpected second wind this summer. The Moody’s/RCA CPPI surged ahead 2.6 percent in June.
CMBS Originators “Test the Waters” on Risk Retention
Although the jury is still out on how regulators view the structure in relation to the new risk retention rules, the deal proved to be a hit with investors.
Are Foreign Investors Moving to the Sidelines?
During the first half of the year, cross-border transactions totaled $23.1 billion—down 47 percent compared to the $43.3 billion in closed transactions that occurred in the first half of 2015.
Developers Search for Alternative Capital Sources
Large banks have pulled back on constructing financing this year due to tighter regulatory requirements and concerns about exposure risk in some property sectors.
Choppy Waters Ahead for Maturing CMBS Loans
After slight increases in April and May, CMBS loan delinquencies took a step higher in June.
Part 1: Hanging in There
The seniors housing industry remains optimistic in its outlook for steady performance.
Part 2: Fears of Overbuilding Remain in Check
Despite the uptick in construction, the vast majority of respondents remain confident that the new construction will not lead to overbuilding.
Part 3: Investors, Developers Follow Population Growth
There are large gaps in performance emerging across different markets.
Part 4: Investment Market Remains Competitive
Although 2016 is expected to be a strong year, it is not likely to match the pace of 2015 in terms of volume.
Part 5: Capital is Readily Available
Some banks have pulled back a bit on construction loans in markets where there has been a lot of seniors housing construction.
Non-Traded REITs Weigh Exit Strategies
There are a number of non-traded REITs that are getting a bit “long in the tooth” and are looking at best case scenarios for exit strategies.
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Pension Funds Lower Expectations for CRE
Pension fund expectations on performance have been moving lower over the past year.
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1031 Buyers Compete for Replacement Properties
Heightened competition for replacement properties is spurring 1031 exchange investors to expand their criteria to include a broader geographic scope and more property types.
Part 1: With Commercial Real Estate Seemingly at its Cyclical Peak, What Are REITs to Do?
Publicly-traded REITs have enjoyed a robust recovery since the last recession. It’s a far cry from the days of plummeting stock prices, middling total returns and balance sheet woes.
Part 2: Preferred Sectors
Respondents were asked to rank what sectors would be at the top of their “buy” and “sell” list and were able to select up to three property types on each question.
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