Beth Mattson-Teig

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?
10 Disrupters: Looking for Liquidity 
Clark Rogers readily admits he has a contrarian view regarding speculation that there is a tsunami-like wave of distressed debt poised to hit the market.
Are CRE Auctions Moving into the Mainstream? 
Auction companies have used the surge of distressed asset sales to gain a foothold in the commercial real estate investment sales market. The question remains as to whether or not auctions can make a bigger push into the traditional sales arena.
Office Developers are Moving Off the Sidelines  1
Despite the slow office market recovery, developers are continuing to search for—and find—new opportunities.
Mezzanine Lenders Face Greater Competition
Mezzanine lending is getting caught up in the same frenzy for yield that is sweeping the broader commercial real estate market.
As Sequestration Continues, Regions Reliant on Government Spending Take Hits
Sequestration is shining a spotlight on an obstacle to the commercial real estate recovery—federal belt tightening.
Brokers Embrace New Technologies to Save Time, Add Value
Technology can be a huge boon to busy commercial real estate brokers in creating efficiencies and delivering faster and better services to clients.
Growing Competition Prompts Seniors Housing Investors to Explore Value-Add Opportunities 
The steady flow of capital moving into the seniors housing sector continues to gain momentum. the exclusive results of a first-quarter survey conducted by NREI and Senior Housing Global Advisors show an active pipeline on all fronts.
Distressed Debt Buyers Eye European Market
Investors hunting for higher yields are turning their attention to Europe where a substantial pipeline of distressed commercial real estate debt is poised to hit the market.
Life Companies Eye Opportunities in Competitive Market 
Life companies are jockeying to keep their seat at the table as capital continues to pour into commercial real estate.
Will Co-Working Erode Demand for Office Space?
Co-working—the latest trend in workplace strategies—could be the catalyst that shakes up the staid office market.
Investors Continue Push into Single-Family Home Sector
The tentative recovery in the residential housing market has not put a damper on the supply of single-family home investment properties―or buyer demand.
Institutional Investors Work to Balance Core, Value-Add Strategies
The stable base of core assets coupled with a growing demand for higher yields may cause institutional investor portfolios to begin tipping more in favor of value-add investments.
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