Real estate investment activity remains positive despite coronavirus’ negative impact on the economy and financial markets, said Marcus & Millichap, Calabasas, Calif.
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Charles Krawitz, Vice President and Head of Commercial Lending at Alliant Credit Union, shared his perspective on the lending environment and trends impacting commercial real estate lending such as the presidential election, trade wars and coronavirus.
Yardi Matrix, Santa Barbara, Calif., said the U.S. office market remains “sturdy” despite flat listing rates.
Hines, Houston, promoted Laura Hines-Pierce to Senior Managing Director – Office of the CEO. She will work alongside President and CEO Jeff Hines to help shape firmwide strategy and manage key risks.
Greystone, New York, provided $48.4 million for North Carolina and Illinois multifamily assets.
The Federal Reserve’s 50-basis-point rate cut in response to the coronavirus threat could boost commercial real estate in the long run, said CBRE, Los Angeles.
Most of us love the idea of having a single-family home on a two-acre lot, big enough to support livestock. But when it comes to housing affordability, says Zillow, Seattle, most of us also say they see a path through adding density.
U.S. net-lease investment reached a new high last year, and the sector is positioned for slow, steady growth this year, analysts said.
Fannie Mae, Washington, D.C., completed its first multi-tranche Multifamily Credit Insurance Risk Transfer transaction of 2020 covering an $8.7 billion pool of multifamily loans in the company's portfolio.