June 18, 2013 By mortgage
June 14, 2013 By mortgage
June 10, 2013 By mortgage
May 29, 2013 By mortgage
May 20, 2013 By mortgage
When across the nation, people are either afraid to or cannot afford to buy a home, rentals become the hot ticket piece. In fact, within the last three years, average rental vacancy rates have “dipped below the 10 percent mark,” according to CNN.
What does that mean for rent? With so few units on the market, competition for those units goes up, and rents have the potential to “explode”; Alford predicts an increase as steep as 7 percent by 2013 as a national average, which would in turn make the average monthly rent over $800.
If you’ve been thinking about changing jobs in the retail real estate industry, it may be time to dust off that resume.
During the depths of the recession, many retail real estate firms downsized, with particularly heavy tolls on project management, development and construction departments.
Like a delivery truck motoring up the driveway the “New Normal” in real estate has arrived packaged as a surprise. Single Family House You can let it get you down, or make sure that you protect yourself and your family from the financial hand-cuffs that the New Normal may deliver.
In a move intended at providing its customers in the commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) industry with “more robust products,” New York-based data analytics firm Trepp LLC has acquired Investcap Advisors LLC, a privately held company based in Massachusetts.
Investcap supplies with web-based applications for U.S. CMBS loan and property surveillance.
Most consumers in the US are overburdened with a huge number of financial liabilities and therefore they are all looking for ways to get rid of this money burden. Most of them are unaware of the various laws and bills that are coming into effect to safeguard the consumers.
Last year marked a turnaround for U.S. commercial real estate. Vacancy rates bottomed for all estate sectors. Corporate tenants took advantage of lower rents to consolidate their space, and leasing activity surged over the past three quarters.
To capture the market trough, investors began to return to commercial real estate. Well-leased, cash-flow-generating assets in prime markets were mostly in demand.
It’s a safe bet that many hotel owners who signed loan documents for a new mortgage with a CMBS lender years ago never fully understood the complex, sometimes arcane, world of securitized financing that they were about to enter. This article examines the parties involved in a CMBS transaction and the critical roles they play during the life of the loan.
The nation’s heartland provides a plenty of distressed buying opportunities. Just ask the principal of Baceline Investments LLC, a Denver-based private equity real estate investment management company with holdings in the Midwest, Rocky Mountain and Southwestern states.
A recent survey illustrates that property investment returns are rising to healthy levels, a considerable difference from just two years ago.
U.S. real estate investment performance for 2010 delivered its third strongest annual returns over the last decade, at 14.2 percent, as measured by the IPD US Annual Property Index. IPD, based in London, is an information and research firm that measures commercial real estate performance.