Monthly Archives: November 2010

NAREIT Report: Looking At The Big Picture

Strategies for the future and lessons learned from the recession fueled a lively exchange among REIT industry leaders at the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts’ annual convention in New York City. Panel moderator Ron Sturzenegger, health managing director & global head...
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CRE Lending Coming Back To Life

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REIT Leaders Discuss Challenges

Having weathered two harsh years, and the REIT industry is poised to take advantage of significant opportunities for growth during the next couple of years. That was the consensus of leading industry players during the wide-ranging opening session of the National Association of...
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CRE Sales To Increase With Lower Rates

Historically low interest rates, case largely engineered by the Fed’s new phase of quantitative easing, tadalafil bottoming of occupancy losses in most property sectors, an early recovery in the apartment sector and the historically wide spread between real estate cap rates and interest rates will...
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John Portman, RE Legend On Lessons Learned

In a stagnant economy with sluggish growth expected for years, store real estate investors are looking international for opportunities. A panel of real estate experts discussed the risks and rewards of doing business in overseas markets at the Kellogg Real Estate Conference 2010. Current economic markets aside, exploring international opportunities ...
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CMBS Delinquencies Turn a Corner

Data from Trepp LLC showed that CMBS delinquencies decreased in November—the first drop in the monthly delinquency rate in more than a year. The biggest reason for the drop is that loans were liquidated at a more rapid clip during the month. In addition, ailment the Extended Stay...
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In the third quarter, pharmacy the four major commercial real estate sectors all showed gains for the first time since 2007, order according to the latest data from the CoStar Commercial Repeat-Sale Indices (CCRSI).  Overall,... Read more

Zell-High Quality CRE Will Fill Up With Lower Rents

Billionaire property investor Sam Zell said high-quality buildings will fill at lower rents over the next year and a half amid a slump in commercial real estate construction. “Over the next 18 months I think we’re going to see little or no new construction and we’re going to see all the...
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