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Lenders Overcome FinReg Fears
A year ago, the prospect of hundreds of new rules coming down the pike from government regulators had lenders worried over what the government would require
Under Basel III, lenders will closely monitor borrowers
Commercial real estate borrowers should prepare to provide ongoing cash flow information to the lenders who finance their properties. For that they can
Fitful Job Growth to Ramp Up in 2011
U.S. employment growth isn’t setting any records these days, but observers agree that the market is recovering.
CMBS Loan Payoffs Post Best Showing in Two Years
Borrowers paid off more than half of the securitized commercial real estate loans reaching maturity in December 2010,
Commercial Property Transactions Soar 109% in 2010
Blockbuster transaction volume in December helped to push U.S. commercial real estate sales to $115 billion for 2010, up 109% from $54.6 billion in 2009
Special Servicers Gain Ground Resolving Delinquent CMBS Loans
Loans backing commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) issued in the years before the financial crisis are falling into delinquency in ever greater numbers, but analysts expect the tide of defaults to turn this year.
Cracking the CMBS Code
In 2007, the morning after Jeff Boyd and his partners paid $13 million for the inline space at Country Club Village shopping center in Westminster, Colo.,
Dare We Say It? Economic Indicators Improve for Commercial Real Estate
Recent signs indicate that investors are expecting stronger performance from the economy than they were just a few months ago.
Dare We Say It? Economic Indicators Improve for Commercial Real Estate
Ross Moore has changed his outlook for the better in these last few weeks of 2010. As national chief economist for commercial real estate services company Colliers International, Moore follows about 100 economic indicators that keep his finger on the pulse of the economy and the commercial real estate industry. And since the
Record Property Price Gain Could Be Temporary
U.S. commercial real estate prices climbed 4.3 percent in September, but experts question whether the gains will hold.
Record Property Price Gain Could Be Temporary
U.S. commercial real estate prices climbed 4.3% in September from the previous month, according to the Moody’s/REAL Commercial Property Price Indices (CPPI).
Stars Are Aligned for Bullish Apartment Outlook in 2011
The apartment sector shines as the healthiest commercial real estate property type.
Madison Seeks Investors Looking For an Exit
Madison International Realty doesn’t buy real estate, but it has more than $1 billion invested in commercial properties around the globe.
Sabre Saves $10 Million as it Shifts Tech and Workplace Strategy
Flexible workspaces that promote desk sharing and collaboration have been around for more than a decade, but a Texas-based company that has embraced space sharing for a mobile workforce is still finding ways to fine-tune the model.
Quantitative Easing: Are the Consequences Worth the Benefits?
The next round in the Federal Reserve Bank’s risky plan to stimulate growth by suppressing long-term interest rates — Quantitative Easing 2
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