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How CRE Trends Have Changed Over the Past 2 Years

How CRE Trends Have Changed Over the Past 2 Years The last two years have seen numerous changes for Commercial Real Estate (CRE). New technologies, businesses, policies, and other industries

Restaurateurs with Cash Are Ready to Seize the Post-COVID Moment

Cash-strapped landlords are offering more concessions than ever, while vaccines offer the promise of a normal life. Bloomberg (Bloomberg)—In 2020, a record number of U.S. restaurants closed their doors for

Up to $28B in Distressed Retail Could Hit the Market in the Next 24 Months

So far, lenders have been open to loan workouts, but that won’t last forever, market sources warn. Patricia Kirk As the U.S. enters year two of the COVID-19 pandemic, strip

What Does Expanding Cannabis Legalization Mean for CRE Investors?

Marijuana legalization is expanding. That comes with both opportunities and challenges for commercial real estate investors. Patricia Kirk On Thurdsay, New York State lawmakers reached a deal with Governor Andrew

WMRE’s Common Area: Breaking Down Capital Raising Trends

Juniper Square’s Brandon Sedloff comes on the podcast to discuss the results of the firm’s recent study into capital raising trends. WMRE Staff In this episode, David Bodamer discusses the

The Transparency of Investing in Brick-and-Mortar Real Estate

The private commercial real estate investment market will continue to grow. Jason S. Weissman One of the core truths in value investing is the need to understand the risks involved,

It’s a Seller’s Market in the Industrial Sector, But Investors Are Undeterred

With industrial properties still seen as low risk and continued rent growth, capital continues to pour in. Patricia Kirk Soaring demand and constrained supply have caused industrial property values to

Apartment Developers and Lenders Rush Forward

Builders are increasing the pace of multifamily development and financing remains available on attractive terms from a multitude of capital providers. Bendix Anderson The winter ended with a flurry of