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Board Minutes from the Chairman: April 2022

Last month I joined several of my friends to circumnavigate the island of Hawaii on a bike. Our group has regularly created these adventure trips to check-in on one another, assure our ongoing fitness and enjoy a new challenge.

Board Minutes from the Chairman: October 2021

My partners and I recently enjoyed a getaway weekend with our wives to celebrate our company’s evolution and recent successes. During our time we reflected upon our continued mission at Buchanan and the clients we serve. Amongst several topics, we discussed the significant growth and expansion of our investor group...

Board Minutes from the Chairman: July 2021

Today’s real estate headlines continue to highlight the realities of inflationary pressures, potential tax law changes, the inclusion of single-family rental (SFR) housing as an asset class and the most discussed office market transformation.

Commercial Real Estate Outlook Post-Pandemic: Navigating the Re-Opening

The pandemic changed life for so many people, as employees shifted to a work from home model and schools or other businesses temporarily shut their doors. In the past few months as vaccines have rolled out across the country, businesses are reopening and the world is beginning to return to...

Board Minutes from the Chairman: April 2021

I have the good fortune to participate on a local community hospital board where aside from experiencing the heroic conduct within the medical community, I enjoy gaining further knowledge about the tremendous advancement and innovation within the healthcare space.

Board Minutes from the Chairman: January 2021

We celebrated Buchanan Street’s 20th anniversary in 2019 and with it the excitement of achieving a mark in time that would assuredly bring with it structural certainty and predictability to our next chapters. And then 2020 struck...

Shadow Banking and its New Paradigm

Historically equity has been the component of a real estate borrower’s capital stack that has been the most challenging to procure. This capitalization reality often dictated more leverage as equity was expensive and diluted the real estate entrepreneurs take home profit.

Opportunity in Change – Making sense of commercial real estate investing in a post-COVID world

By Ken Robertson: I, like you, have been inundated with economic data...opinion pieces from prognosticators...predictions from economists and nonstop news feeds. Yes, the virus has shaken the world with everyone hitting the pause button. What should we believe from this headline news? How should we make investment decisions going forward?...

Springs’ Booming Economy Impacts Apartment Market

In spite of fears of a slowdown, apartment rentals will continue to see outsized demand for a long time. Apartments have been the darling of real estate capital markets for the past seven-eight years. This deep into an outstanding run, some investors have begun to worry if the clock is...

NREI: The Continuing Case for Apartment Rentals

In spite of fears of a slowdown, apartment rentals will continue to see outsized demand for a long time. Apartments have been the darling of real estate capital markets for the past seven-eight years. This deep into an outstanding run, some investors have begun to worry if the clock is...
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