Matt Valley

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Why Houston’s CMBS Apartment Loan Delinquency Rate is Sky-High
While Houston’s economy continues to outperform much of the nation, the same can’t be said of the local apartment market, leaving some researchers to scratch their heads and ask why.
New Voice in Talk Radio Raises Commercial Real Estate's Profile
A longtime, avid listener of talk radio, Michael Bull set out three years ago to fill a void on the airwaves. He had become bored with programs focusing
Retail Fights Perception Problem
The late, great comedian Rodney Dangerfield used to famously complain, I get no respect. The U.S. retail real estate industry must be feeling the same
2010 Seniors Housing Study: Bulls Anticipate Occupancy Gains
The fragile state of the housing market has had a negative impact on seniors housing over the past year, according to an exclusive online survey conducted jointly by NREI and Senior Housing Investment Advisors.
Wave of CMBS Retail Loan Delinquencies Misses Southern California, Trepp Data Shows
Despite the persistence of double-digit unemployment in Southern California, shopping center owners in Los Angeles and San Diego are experiencing some of the lowest retail loan delinquency rates in the nation
October Jobs Report ‘Not a Blowout Number’, Says Bach
The October employment report released Friday morning by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, which showed employers added 151,000 net new payroll jobs, is not a blowout number
Randy Podolsky: A smart receiver treats the asset as if he owns it
Although it's more fun working on a new development project than disposing of troubled assets for clients, Randy Podolsky is comfortable toiling in the
Bulls Anticipate Occupancy Gains
The fragile state of the housing market has had a negative impact on occupancy rates at seniors housing facilities over the past year, according to 75%
Dodging a Bullet
Despite nagging double-digit unemployment in Southern California, shopping center owners in Los Angeles and San Diego are experiencing some of the lowest
Assisted Living Takes the Lead In Seniors Housing Recovery, Says NIC
While the seniors housing industry is showing signs of stabilization after a deep recession, the recovery remains choppy with assisted living outperforming independent living on the occupancy front...
Why Atlanta’s Office CMBS Loan Delinquency Rate Is In Double Digits
Office building owners in metro Atlanta with securitized mortgages are exhibiting a level of financial stress that far exceeds the national average, according to New York-based Trepp LLC. It’s the culmination of overbuilding and weak tenant demand.
Ryan Freedman: Corigin Holdings Increases Footprint In Northeast
A new real estate and private equity company with a strong emphasis on the multifamily and luxury residential sector has launched in New York. Corigin
Tough Negotiator Gives Tenants Leverage in Leasing Transactions
As a young lawyer with IBM in the early 1980s and later as a broker with Kenneth D. Laub & Co. in New York, Marisa Manley came to realize that corporate tenants were at a disadvantage in lease negotiations with landlords. “A lease is really a risk-shifting structure,” explains the founder and president of Commercial Tenant Real Estate Representation Ltd.
Lodging Conference Sound Bites: Government ‘Too Intrusive’
PHOENIX — There is no shortage of drama in the hotel industry these days as evidenced by the programming at last week’s 16th annual Lodging Conference.
Worst Is Still To Come For CMBS Hotel Loans, Says Lodging Conference Panel
PHOENIX — The full brunt of the commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) crisis has yet to strike the struggling hotel industry.
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