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Pension funds expanding ways and means of investing.
Besides the new opportunities they see abroad, many U. S. pension funds continue to step up their commercial real estate investment activity domestically.Recent
Ooo la la! U.S. pension funds set their sights on foreign investments
Institutional investors and investment banks in the United States are increasingly taking a more global approach to real estate, scouring European markets
New York: Big Apple creates new image with the redevelopment of TimesSquare and downtown
Despite mixed projections about longterm job growth and the city's overall economic health, the Big Apple has a slightly sweeter taste than it has in
Securitization matures, gains status on way to magic $100 billion
Industry experts say it won't be long before the real estate securitization market reaches $100 billion. Yet already it has taken its place the more extablished
Attention all borrowers: your options are broader, prices better thanks to money market competition
Banks and insurance companies are back in the commercial lending game, and they're giving other lenders a run for their money, which means good news for
Capital's return promises future for securitized financing
Securitized financing activity has slowed in both the debt and equity markets this year, but despite the short-term dip, market characteristics show that
Mortgage conduits: larger financial sponsors will step up efficiency.
As it faces new competition, the conduit component of the commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) market continues to develop and refine itself.Many
Nomura enjoys meteoric rise to top among financing giants
In less than two years, the commercial real estate finance group of Nomura Securities International Inc., New York, has shot out of Wall Street like a
Newmark rolls with market changes
A long life in New York real estate doesn't come from standing still. That's why, as it marks 65 years in business, Newmark & Co. knows to keep moving.The
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