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Smaller Banks Quickly Shed Commercial Real Estate Risk
Under pressure from federal regulators and weighed down by an unhealthy exposure to commercial real estate, small and mid-size banks in the $10 billion
Chris Brooke: Post-recession China poses new challenges for investors
By the end of this year, the government of China expects to have spent $586 billion in stimulus funds. The spending was implemented in 2008 to bolster
Mall Makeovers
Once a thriving regional mall in the suburbs of St. Louis, by early 2009 Crestwood Court was overwhelmed by dark corners and wings. Dillard's, one of
The Secret to His Success
Zain Sayed will graduate this spring with a master's degree in real estate from New York University's Schack Institute of Real Estate. What makes the
Early 1Q Estimates: Bank Commercial Mortgage Delinquencies Rise
Although final figures for the first quarter won’t be available until late May, early estimates show that commercial mortgage delinquency rates rose to 5.5%,
Potentially Troubled CMBS Lodging Loans Fly Under the Radar
Opportunity buyers looking for institutional-grade hotel investments have so far been met with steep competition from foreign investors, private equity and REITs, among others.
Real Estate Distress Is Big Business for Brokerage
Some of the largest brokerage houses in the country — Cushman & Wakefield, Colliers International and CB Richard Ellis — have spent the past two years mining their in-house expertise to build asset recovery groups.
Small Banks Quickly Shed Commercial Real Estate Risk
Under pressure from federal regulators and weighed down by an unhealthy exposure to commercial real estate, small banks — or those in the $10 billion to $100 billion asset range — are making haste to clean up their balance sheets
Frank Duemmler: Kayne Anderson finds student housing opportunities in off-market transactions
As the supply of student housing tightens and demand grows, the sector is drawing astute investors. In December 2007, Kayne Anderson Real Estate Partners
CMBS Losses Deepen
Properties backed by CMBS loans that have undergone an appraisal reduction may be a financial fortune cookie for investors. Ordering an updated appraisal
Health Care Reform: Boon for Commercial Real Estate?
As President Obama signed health care reform into law Tuesday, the medical industry gained something greater than the prospect of adding 32 million Americans to the ranks of the insured — it gained a sense of certainty.
Medical Office Sector Ramps Up
Investors aren't waiting for the outcome of the healthcare debate before they inject their capital into the medical real estate sector.
Trepp: CMBS Loan Losses to Deepen in 2010
Properties backed by CMBS loans that have had an appraisal reduction may be a financial fortune cookie for investors.
Small Banks Threaten U.S. Economy
Unless there is a strong and immediate improvement in the U.S. economy, it is likely to receive yet another sucker punch from the $1.4 trillion in commercial
Campus Habitat's Oliver Swan Employs Old-Fashioned Values
Over the phone, nobody would know Oliver Swan is 29. Neither his position as chief investment officer for student housing owner and operator Campus Habitat
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