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Emerging Metropolitan Submarkets: Checking in on Close-in Suburban Communities

Mar 1, 2017  |  New Jersey  |  New York

NEW YORK, New York – The New York Multifamily Leadership Summit was held on On February 7, 2017, at CUNY Baruch Conference Center in Manhattan and produced some interesting insight into the multifamily CRE environment around the nation. The Summit was the next installment in The National Multifamily Investment Series, which is designed to convene real estate professionals in … Continue reading “Emerging Metropolitan Submarkets: Checking in on Close-in Suburban Communities”

 

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

Feb 28, 2017  |  General  |  New Jersey  |  New York

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”

 

Tri-State Healthcare Real Estate Investment Panel: Healthcare Delivery is Changing, but MOB/HCRE Segment is CRE’s ‘Safe Zone’

Feb 15, 2017  |  New Jersey  |  New York

Interest rates could move upwards of fifty basis points before they would put upward pressure cap rates Interest rates could move upwards of fifty basis points before they would pressure cap rates At $4 billion in deals, the healthcare sector is becoming a core sector in the real estate space and should be taken seriously There … Continue reading “Tri-State Healthcare Real Estate Investment Panel: Healthcare Delivery is Changing, but MOB/HCRE Segment is CRE’s ‘Safe Zone’”

 

Queens Multifamily Executives Discuss Impact of 421-a, Population Growth, Mini-City Phenomenon: Why LIC and Western Queens are Poised to Remain Hot While Manhattan Cools

Feb 8, 2017  |  New Jersey  |  New York

There is an abundance of equity capital available currently for the Queens market, but good deals are few and far between Density is still increasing, and with inventory on the rise for the next three years, absorption will be swift and favorable for investors Renters and home owners see the Queens market as a trendy … Continue reading “Queens Multifamily Executives Discuss Impact of 421-a, Population Growth, Mini-City Phenomenon: Why LIC and Western Queens are Poised to Remain Hot While Manhattan Cools”

 

New York Hospital Executive Expects Demise of ACA; Offers Analysis of Healthcare Tomorrow and Impact on HCRE | Exclusive

Feb 6, 2017  |  General  |  New Jersey  |  New York

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) will be repealed, speculating on the fact there has been a process put in place to do so, including the Executive Order by President Trump Implementation of a reconciliation bill and committee foresight will result in a quick repeal of the ACA soon The ACA be replaced by combination plan … Continue reading “New York Hospital Executive Expects Demise of ACA; Offers Analysis of Healthcare Tomorrow and Impact on HCRE | Exclusive”

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