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Commercial real estate news from wSJ 9/1/2021

By Ross Beebe | September 1, 2021 | Comments Off on Commercial real estate news from wSJ 9/1/2021

REAL ESTATE – WSJ Good morning. This is a great time to own a home, whether you are living in it or leasing it to someone. Wall Street has realized this, too, and investment firms are getting more aggressive in their buying and renting out single family homes. Investors purchased $87 billion in homes in the first half … Read more

From the WSJ: Commercial Real Estate Weekly (Craig Karmin, Real Estate Bureau Chief)

By Ross Beebe | March 3, 2021 | Comments Off on From the WSJ: Commercial Real Estate Weekly (Craig Karmin, Real Estate Bureau Chief)

Good morning. It’s well established that most workers have stayed away from their offices during the pandemic, but that’s less true in Dallas than in any other major U.S. city. For reasons ranging from the political culture to lower density office buildings, the return-to-work rate in the Dallas-Fort Worth region has led the country since … Read more

WSJ article – 1/26/21

By Ross Beebe | January 28, 2021 | Comments Off on WSJ article – 1/26/21

Use this link to read the WSJ article “Rent Collection Is Down, and Apartment Owners Feel the Squeeze”

Amazon’s fulfillment center in Garner – New & Observer

By Ross Beebe | November 1, 2019 | Comments Off on Amazon’s fulfillment center in Garner – New & Observer

Oct. 22–GARNER — At Amazon’s massive, under-construction fulfillment center in Garner, the company is preparing the way for a delicate dance between humans and robots. Inside its 2-million-square-foot facility 7 miles southeast of downtown Raleigh, the blending of flesh and metal could soon have your Amazon packages delivered to you in the Triangle at record speeds — potentially … Read more

Fed Finally Raises Rates, Response from CRE Industry: ‘No Big Deal’

By NBWD User | February 8, 2018 | Comments Off on Fed Finally Raises Rates, Response from CRE Industry: ‘No Big Deal’

Fed Finally Raises Rates, Response from CRE Industry: ‘No Big Deal’ Interest Rate Hikes Reflect Expected Strengthening of Economic, Employment Conditions By Mark Heschmeyer CoStar Group December 16, 2015 Email Print After seven years of worrying over raising interest rates, discussing the best time to raise interest rates, and debating the impact of raising interest … Read more

CRE lending surges in 4th quarter

By NBWD User | February 8, 2018 | Comments Off on CRE lending surges in 4th quarter

From CostarGroup: CRE Lending by Banks Surged in Fourth Quarter Economic, Regulatory Headwinds May Slow Lending Pace in 2016 By Mark Heschmeyer March 2, 2016 The total amount of commercial real estate loans held by U.S. banks and savings and loans saw a noticeable jump in the fourth quarter of 2015 over the previous quarter. … Read more

Investor, Tenant Demand for Shopping Centers

By NBWD User | February 8, 2018 | Comments Off on Investor, Tenant Demand for Shopping Centers

Investor, Tenant Demand for Shopping Centers Holds Steady Despite Flattening Retail Sales Growth, Looming Store Closures Lack of High-Quality Available Shopping Center Properties Hampers Both Retailers and Potential Buyers, Though Some Centers May Soon See Gaping Vacancy Holes By Randyl Drummer May 11, 2016 The U.S. retail real estate market recorded 11 million square feet … Read more

U.S. Office Sector Enjoys Steady Q2 Leasing Momentum Even as Rent Growth Slows, Sales Stall

By NBWD User | February 8, 2018 | Comments Off on U.S. Office Sector Enjoys Steady Q2 Leasing Momentum Even as Rent Growth Slows, Sales Stall

U.S. Office Sector Enjoys Steady Q2 Leasing Momentum Even as Rent Growth Slows, Sales Stall By Randy Drummer / CoStar Availability of Prime Office Space Increasingly in Limited Supply as Majority of Markets See Vacancy Declines The U.S. office market continued its steady momentum in the second quarter, recording 39.4 million square feet of net … Read more

Pricing Continues to Build Momentum at Lower End of CRE Market

By NBWD User | February 8, 2018 | Comments Off on Pricing Continues to Build Momentum at Lower End of CRE Market

April 03 , 2017 By Randyl Drummer CCRSI Shows Mixed Results in February Amid Ongoing Slowing of Pricing Gains in High-Value Deals Lower-end commercial properties continued to log pricing gains for the second straight month in February, helping offset an ongoing pricing deceleration among larger assets in core U.S. markets, according to the latest released … Read more

Pricing Continues to Build Momentum at Lower End of CRE Market

By Jeremy | April 24, 2017 | Comments Off on Pricing Continues to Build Momentum at Lower End of CRE Market

April 03 , 2017 By Randyl Drummer CCRSI Shows Mixed Results in February Amid Ongoing Slowing of Pricing Gains in High-Value Deals Lower-end commercial properties continued to log pricing gains for the second straight month in February, helping offset an ongoing pricing deceleration among larger assets in core U.S. markets, according to the latest released … Read more