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Fill the Gap in Industrial Development

Private lenders may have the solution for the sector’s ‘sweet spot’ projects Chatter within the commercial real estate industry suggests we have reached, if not surpassed, the crest of the current market cycle, but the industrial sector is stronger than ever. According to JLL’s 2017 industrial outlook report, vacancy rates...

Why High-Net-Worth Investors Seek Increased Real Estate Allocations

Real estate investing today vs. in past cycles is buoyed by a predictable debt and equity market and transparency. Commercial real estate has been used effectively in ultra-high-net-worth (HNW) and family office portfolios as a means to enhance yield in a return‑starved market. This enhanced yield has not been lost...

The Future Of The Private-Lending Space

NEWPORT BEACH, CA—The CRE finance market is watching to see whether the Trump administration will advocate changes to Dodd-Frank and how those changes could impact the securitization and banking side of the market, Buchanan Street’s Matt Doerr tells GlobeSt.com. The commercial real estate finance market is watching to see whether...

Back To The Suburbs

Expect millennial workers to return (if they ever really left) to where they were raised Housing affordability and quality public schools are driving factors Millennials will favor submarkets that offer elements of the CBD’s they are leaving Transit-oriented communities allow workers to keep a foot in both worlds Workspaces that...

Will CMBS Uncertainty Impact Valuations?

NEWPORT BEACH, CA—As the CMBS market continues to slow, how will the capital markets sector be affected? Buchanan Street Partners’ Robert Brunswick weighs in on the subject EXCLUSIVELY with GlobeSt.com. Much has been reported about the CMBS market continuing to slow, plateau, freeze—fill in your own verb. GlobeSt.com spoke exclusively...

The Playbook Is Changing For High-Volatility Loans

Last year, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) implemented its Regulatory Capital Rules, a new set of directives intended to address regulatory deficiencies that contributed to the 2008 banking collapse. The regulations impose significant limits on bank acquisition, development and construction (ADC) loans, and create an opportunity for loan originators,...
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