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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (September 3, 2019)
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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (September 3, 2019)

East Bay Tenants Face Eviction as Developer Converts Units to Affordable Housing "A San Francisco developer is turning apartments in the East Bay...

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HUD Reforms Would Allow Affordable Seniors Housing Projects to Access New Capital Sources
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HUD Reforms Would Allow Affordable Seniors Housing Projects to Access New Capital Sources

Owners of non-profit seniors housing projects are anxiously awaiting a final announcement on reforms that would unlock debt and equity financing...

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Potential Buyout of CyrusOne Could Signal More Data Center M&As to Come
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Potential Buyout of CyrusOne Could Signal More Data Center M&As to Come

The potential go-private acquisition of CyrusOne Inc. would whittle down the number of publicly-traded, pure-play data center REITs to four-and...

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Store Closings Could Hit 12,000 By the End of the Year
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Store Closings Could Hit 12,000 By the End of the Year

The so-called "retail apocalypse" continues as massive U. S. retail chains, including Payless ShoeSource, Gymboree, Gap and Dressbarn have already...

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Five CRE Economists Offer Advice for Today's Real Estate Investors
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Five CRE Economists Offer Advice for Today's Real Estate Investors

We asked five real estate economists and researchers to offer their advice for today's commercial real estate investor. Amid trade tensions,...

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (August 28, 2019)
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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (August 28, 2019)

Airbnb Muscling Aside Brokers for Hamptons Summer Business "In the Hamptons, changing tastes in favor of shorter vacations, a growing supply of...

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The Open Office Concept Is Beginning to Show its Limitations
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The Open Office Concept Is Beginning to Show its Limitations

More than anything else, office tenants want to attract and retain the right talent and are willing to pay a rent premium for office space...

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Trade War Hits Housing as Building in U.S. Factory Areas Slows
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Trade War Hits Housing as Building in U.S. Factory Areas Slows

In major manufacturing counties, permits to build single-family houses declined 3.8% in the second quarter from a year earlier, compared with 11%...

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Hudson’s Bay to Sell Lord & Taylor to Le Tote for $100 Million
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Hudson’s Bay to Sell Lord & Taylor to Le Tote for $100 Million

Of the total, a quarter will come in the form of a promissory note payable in cash after two years. Additionally, Hudson's Bay will take a stake in...

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The Top 20 Tech Talent Markets in 2019
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The Top 20 Tech Talent Markets in 2019

Using data from CBRE's seventh annual Scoring Tech Talent report, here's a list of the top 20 markets in North America. There's been some jockeying...

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Borrowers in the Multifamily Sector Are Increasingly Looking for CMBS Loans
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Borrowers in the Multifamily Sector Are Increasingly Looking for CMBS Loans

CMBS lenders may be gaining in popularity with multifamily borrowers as Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae slow down in the race to make loans on apartment...

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Drop in Treasuries Puts Renewed Focus on Rate Floors
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Drop in Treasuries Puts Renewed Focus on Rate Floors

A year ago, most people thought interest rates were moving up. The reality has been just the opposite. Treasuries have plummeted and pulled lending...

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WeWork Rival IWG Mulls Spinoff for U.S. Business, Sky Says
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WeWork Rival IWG Mulls Spinoff for U.S. Business, Sky Says

IWG Chief Executive Officer Mark Dixon is in talks with investment banks about creating a standalone business to rival WeWork Cos., the London...

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (August 26, 2019)
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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (August 26, 2019)

Trump's Signature New York Hotel and the Art of the Compromise "The Trump Organization is expected to overhaul the signage, reflecting in part the...

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Steadfast’s New REIT Plans to Focus on Development and Renovation in a Tough Acquisition Environment
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Steadfast’s New REIT Plans to Focus on Development and Renovation in a Tough Acquisition Environment

A multifamily powerhouse that envisions spending as much as $300 million a year on ground-up development, as well as millions of dollars on...

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (August 23, 2019)
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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (August 23, 2019)

CRE's Top 10 Issues: A Deeper Dive "Counselors of Real Estate chair Julie Melander takes a more intensive look into the key issues impacting the...

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Gap Sales Decline Again, Even at Old Navy
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Gap Sales Decline Again, Even at Old Navy

Same-store sales, a closely watched metric in retail, fell 4% at the overall company in the second quarter, which was worse than expected. Old Navy...

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NYC Says U.S. Open Tennis Venue Shortchanged the City on Rent
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NYC Says U.S. Open Tennis Venue Shortchanged the City on Rent

City Comptroller Scott Stringer also found an $8 million discrepancy in USTA financial reports, indicating that an additional $82,000 may be owed...

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Commercial Exchange: The National Marketplace Attracting CRE Investors
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Commercial Exchange: The National Marketplace Attracting CRE Investors

Find your next commercial property investment on commercialexchange.com Commercial Exchange: The National Marketplace Attracting CRE Investors

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Barneys Wants ‘Strong Digitally Focused Partner’ for Next Stage
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Barneys Wants ‘Strong Digitally Focused Partner’ for Next Stage

"We have a very tight timeline to come out of this chapter," said Katherine Bahamonde Monasebian, chief digital and technology officer at the...

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Another WeWork Rival Lures Cash, Tapping Brookfield and Equinox
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Another WeWork Rival Lures Cash, Tapping Brookfield and Equinox

New York-based startup Industrious raised $80 million from backers including Brookfield Properties, luxury fitness chain Equinox and the Canada...

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RCA’s Jim Costello Breaks Down the Firm’s Latest CPPI Numbers
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RCA’s Jim Costello Breaks Down the Firm’s Latest CPPI Numbers

Research firm Real Capital Analytics (RCA) came out with its new CPPI today, showing that the national all-property price index rose by 6.3 percent...

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Yield Curve Inversion Might Be a Good Thing for CRE Investors
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Yield Curve Inversion Might Be a Good Thing for CRE Investors

The yield curve inversion can help borrowers in the commercial real estate industry, some industry sources say. The yield on the benchmark 10-year...

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Can the Apartment Market Sustain its Momentum?
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Can the Apartment Market Sustain its Momentum?

The apartment sector is the strongest it's been in years, according to industry experts. "Terrific absorption has pushed occupancy upward to highs...

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Apartment Occupancy Rate Hits a New High
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Apartment Occupancy Rate Hits a New High

Despite more than a decade of strong growth under its belt, the apartment sector occupancy rate continues to hit new highs. "Terrific absorption...

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WeWork Gets Tax Rebate Meant for Its Small-Business Tenants
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WeWork Gets Tax Rebate Meant for Its Small-Business Tenants

The New York-based company that revolutionized the commercial property business estimates it has received about 2 million pounds ($2.4 million) in...

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Bank or Private Loan: Which Financing Strategy Should You Choose?
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Bank or Private Loan: Which Financing Strategy Should You Choose?

Borrowers looking to increase their assets and diversify their portfolios have more financing options today than ever before. Yet securing the...

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July’s 30+ Days CMBS Delinquency Rate Falls to New Post-Crisis Low
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July’s 30+ Days CMBS Delinquency Rate Falls to New Post-Crisis Low

The all-property CMBS delinquency rate fell to a new post-financial crisis low in July, according to both Trepp LLC and ratings agency Fitch. Trepp...

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NYC Walk-Up Building Sells at a Discount, Setting Benchmark for New Rules
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NYC Walk-Up Building Sells at a Discount, Setting Benchmark for New Rules

The five-story walk-up at 11 Carmine St. traded Thursday for $11.6 million, a 12% discount from the seller's last asking price, according to broker...

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Colliers-Backed Harrison Street Raises $1.3 Billion for New Fund
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Colliers-Backed Harrison Street Raises $1.3 Billion for New Fund

The firm exceeded its original $950 million target for the fund and raised an additional $302.5 million in co-investment vehicles, lifting its...

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