Matt Hudgins

Matt
Hudgins
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Barbarians or White Knights: What to Make of Private Equity's Love of Real Estate
Long vilified for capitalizing on the misfortunes of others, private equity players can be heroes to commercial property owners in distress.
Pre-Fab Construction Can Quickly Deliver Eco-Friendly Buildings
Pre-fab construction often incorporate eco-friendly materials, making it a good option for developers looking to go green.
Savanna Capitalizes on Distress to Build N.Y. Portfolio
Savanna has bought nine New York assets in the last two years.
Reflexx Aims to Help Building Owners Bounce Back From Earthquakes
A new piece of software can quickly assess quakes and help owners respond to the damage.
Las Vegas Investor’s Gamble Sets Precedent for Single-Asset Real Estate Owners
A Nevada real estate company’s strategy to stave off foreclosure may pave the way for other investors attempting to reorganize under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Principal Financial Group Outsources Global Property Management to Jones Lang LaSalle
Joining a growing list of corporations that are moving their real estate operations to a third-party provider, financial services firm Principal Financial Group (NYSE: PFG) today outsourced facilities management for its 4.3 million sq. ft. of office space to Jones Lang LaSalle.
Will CoStar’s Mobile App for Commercial Real Estate Revolutionize the Brokerage Industry?
Austin broker Gaines Bagby is convinced that CoStar Group’s new iPad app, CoStar Go, is a game changer.
Will Fed’s Surprise Rate Decision Bolster Economy, or Prolong Lending Malaise?
The threat of an imminent rise in interest and capitalization rates abated Tuesday, courtesy of the Federal Reserve’s plan to suppress short-term interest rates for the next two years.
Will Fed’s Surprise Rate Decision Bolster Economy, or Prolong Lending Malaise?
The threat of an imminent rise in interest and capitalization rates abated Tuesday, courtesy of the Federal Reserve’s plan to suppress short-term interest rates for the next two years.
What Does S&P Downgrade Mean for Real Estate? Economists’ Opinions Vary
Economists are divided over the commercial real estate implications of Friday’s historic downgrade of U.S. debt.
What Does S&P Downgrade Mean for Real Estate? Economists’ Opinions Vary
Economists are divided over the commercial real estate implications of Friday’s historic downgrade of U.S. debt.
Office Properties Provide Fertile Ground for Green Retrofits
Commercial property owners are proving that it doesn’t take new construction to establish an energy-efficient building with a minimal impact on the environment.
Office Leasing Broker Stacom Closes Mega-Deals in Manhattan
I conic office buildings are a part of Tara Stacom's DNA. In 2011 alone, she closed two of Manhattan's 10 largest office leases, bringing Conde Nast into
Inland Empire emerges as automotive hub
With the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach ushering in the majority of finished consumer goods imported to the United States, it's not surprising that
Empire Building in Southern California
The bright California sun washes the thick concrete walls of Watson Land Co.'s newest industrial building in Watson Commerce Center Redlands and streams
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