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DLH Realty Capital’s David Hagele: Deals are All About Certainty, and Uncertainty is All Too Common in NorCal

Oct 19, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The Northern California multi-family arena is in somewhat of a lull. In fact, a lot of insiders are sick of trying to make this cycle work, and are just hunkering down until the next one arises. But that doesn’t mean that everyone is on the same page. That’s why CapRE featured … Continue reading “DLH Realty Capital’s David Hagele: Deals are All About Certainty, and Uncertainty is All Too Common in NorCal”

 

David Bitner at NorCal Apartment Summit: We Aren’t Even Close to Having Enough Units to Satisfying MultiFamily Demand

Oct 17, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Hold tight, stay the course, and enjoy the ride. Those may have been the key takeaways from the thoroughly thought-provoking keynote address offered by David Bitner, Head of Americas Capital Markets Research at Cushman & Wakefield at CapRE’s Fourth Annual Northern California Apartment Summit, Analysis of Northern California Apartment Market Demand-Supply, … Continue reading “David Bitner at NorCal Apartment Summit: We Aren’t Even Close to Having Enough Units to Satisfying MultiFamily Demand”

 

San Fran MultiFamily Insiders: Cap Rates are Flat, Returns are Down, But Focus on the Long-Term Horizon

Oct 16, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – CapRE’s Sixth Annual Northern California Apartment Summit took a broad view of the industry’s most pressing and buzzworthy challenges, and included panels on a variety of topics impacting activity in the region. One panel, Exploring the Play of Equity in Today’s Multifamily Arena: Beyond 2018, What Might we Expect? offered insight … Continue reading “San Fran MultiFamily Insiders: Cap Rates are Flat, Returns are Down, But Focus on the Long-Term Horizon”

 

Headwinds and Tailwinds: San Fran Absorption Slowing But Housing Demand Not Going Anywhere

Oct 12, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The Northern California multi-family arena is in somewhat of a lull. In fact, a lot of insiders are sick of trying to make this cycle work, and are just hunkering down until the next one arises. But that doesn’t mean that everyone is on the same page. That’s why CapRE featured … Continue reading “Headwinds and Tailwinds: San Fran Absorption Slowing But Housing Demand Not Going Anywhere”

 

Cohesity Starts Major Expansion in Japan Through Partnership with Networld

Oct 12, 2018

SAN JOSE, CA — Cohesity, the leader of hyperconverged secondary storage, publicized its partnership with Networld, a leading Japanese distributor of corporate IT infrastructure products and solutions, to carry Cohesity’s breakthrough products and services to Japan in order to help change the way companies manage and extract value from secondary data and applications. Mohit Aron, founder and … Continue reading “Cohesity Starts Major Expansion in Japan Through Partnership with Networld”

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