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Beth Mattson-Teig

Have Property Prices Flat-Lined?
Do prices on commercial assets have room to move higher?
Non-Traded REITs Battle Fundraising Woes
Since peaking at $19.6 billion in 2013, fundraising among public, non-listed REITs has dropped significantly in the past two years.
TIAA Launches New Real Assets Division to Grow its Fee-Based Asset Management Business
The firm's executives hope a stand-alone real assets business will help TIAA be more nimble and better serve client needs.
Life Companies Anticipate Another Strong Lending Year for CRE
Life insurers anticipate higher real estate lending volumes for 2016 versus 2015, but risk avoidance remains a focus.
Are Investors Collecting What Has Been Promised on Crowdfunding Deals? 2
The real estate crowdfunding industry is growing, but is it delivering the returns it promised investors?
How Forest City Decided to Become a REIT
The decision was a long time in the making.
Private Equity Real Estate Funds: Top Trends to Watch in 2016
NREI talked with Mark Grinis, global real estate fund services leader at Ernst & Young, to get more insight into the top 10 issues facing the private equity real estate sector in 2016. Hopes to Grab Bigger Share of Investment Sales Market by Expanding Beyond Distress
The change in market climate leads to expand its offerings.
Banks Grapple with “High Volatility” CRE Loan Rules 1
Basel III guidelines on high volatility commercial real estate loans are beginning to affect banks' lending practices.
What “The Big Short” Says About the Real Estate Lending Industry
Has the financing industry learned from the mistakes depicted in "The Big Short"?
Private Real Estate Lenders Move into Mainstream
Private lenders become more accepted sources of funding as banks stick to conservative underwriting.
How EB-5 Got a Surprise One-Year Reprieve 2
Why Congress has to extend the EB-5 visa program until next September with no changes.
Private Equity Real Estate Fundraising Surges in 2015
Private equity funds continue to go after real estate investments in North America.
Net Lease Buyers Develop Bigger Appetite for Medical Properties
Net lease investors are hungry for a newly-emerging asset class--net lease medical office buildings.
Is CMBS Heading For a Plateau?
CMBS lenders might face a tougher environment in 2016. Widening spreads, a competitive lending market and looming regulatory changes in 2016 may take some of the wind out of the sails of new CMBS issuance.
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