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Interest Rates Could Move Upwards of Fifty Basis Points Before They Pressure Capitalization Rates

Mar 16, 2017

NEW YORK, New York – At a recent conference in New York, an expert claimed that the frenzy created by interest rate hikes could be blown out of proportion. Jonathan Winer, Senior Managing Director and CIO at Seavest, spoke at The Sixth Annual Greater New York Healthcare Real Estate Summit on January 31, 2017. Winer … Continue reading “Interest Rates Could Move Upwards of Fifty Basis Points Before They Pressure Capitalization Rates”

 

US Still Best Bet for Commercial Property Investors, According to Report

Mar 15, 2017

NEW YORK, New York – Continued low interest rates have made commercial real estate yields in the US more attractive for institutional investors around the globe, according to JLL consultant Chris Fossick who spoke earlier to CNBC. The JLL Investment Intensity Index compares the volume of direct commercial real estate investment over a three-year period … Continue reading “US Still Best Bet for Commercial Property Investors, According to Report”

 

Developers Now Facing Drastic Shortage of Construction Workers

Mar 14, 2017

ATLANTA, Georgia – For several months now developers across all categories of projects have seen a drastic decline in available labor to keep construction running smoothly. This according to a consensus of developers and analysts who recently convened at The Southeast Apartment Summit: Spring Update & 2017 Forecast in Atlanta. The construction workforce, which thinned … Continue reading “Developers Now Facing Drastic Shortage of Construction Workers”

 

Freddie Mac Executive: Trump Administration Holds Answer to Future GSE Financing; Vetting Becomes Stricter for Eastern U.S. Markets

Feb 28, 2017

NEW YORK, New York – On February 7, 2017, CapRate produced The New York Multifamily Leadership Summit at CUNY Baruch Conference Center in Manhattan. The summit was the recent installment in The National Multifamily Investment Series, held periodically and designed to convene real estate professionals to share ideas, explore trends and strategy, as well as network. This year’s … Continue reading “Freddie Mac Executive: Trump Administration Holds Answer to Future GSE Financing; Vetting Becomes Stricter for Eastern U.S. Markets”

 

JLL Chief Economist: “NYC Multifamily Demand Looks Robust, Supply Might be a Bit of Concern, and Pricing Remains Expensive” | Market Report

Feb 15, 2017

Ryan Severino is the chief economist at JLL where he manages the economics team and is responsible for global and regional economic research, analysis and forecasting as well as property market forecasting.​ Ryan’s original research has appeared in a number of journals such as the Wharton Real Estate Review and The Real Estate Finance Journal. … Continue reading “JLL Chief Economist: “NYC Multifamily Demand Looks Robust, Supply Might be a Bit of Concern, and Pricing Remains Expensive” | Market Report”

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