Commercial and multifamily mortgage loan originations increased by 119 percent in the third quarter from a year ago and increased by 19 percent from the second quarter, the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Quarterly Survey of Commercial/Multifamily Mortgage Bankers Originations reported.
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Jobs Reports: October Private-Sector Employment Up by 571,000; the ‘Great Resignation’ Effect on Commercial Estate
In the first of several major reports this week on U.S. employment, ADP, Roseland, N.J., said private-sector employment increased by 571,000 jobs from September to October.
Construction spending, while up year over year, continues to be hampered by building materials shortages and difficulties finding labor, the Census Bureau reported Monday.
CBRE, Dallas, said the technology industry led a rebound in U.S. office-leasing activity this year, fueled by increased hiring and demand for tech products and services.
The economic rebound has boosted small businesses, giving small-cap commercial real estate leasing and investment markets a jolt, reported Boxwood Means LLC, Stamford, Conn.
Commercial real estate prices continue to increase, according to new reports from Real Capital Analytics and CoStar.
Robust e-commerce growth is fueling an unprecedented race for space in the industrial sector and pushing investment sales activity to record levels, said LightBox and SIOR.
Eastern Union, New York, launched a Hospitality Group and has named Charles Hoffman to serve as managing director of the new unit.