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Strong Demand for Health Services Drives Medical Office Development

There is more than 50 million sq. ft. of medical office development currently in the construction pipeline throughout the United States. America’s aging population continues to drive demand for medical

‘Rapid Repricing’: Higher Interest Rates Slow CRE Deals, But Many Investors Won’t Be Deterred

Real estate debt investors have been enjoying favorable economic conditions for the last few years. Despite the pandemic-fueled economic upheaval, money has been cheap and lately, conditions have been looking up

The Asset Classes Poised To Thrive As CRE Enters Recession ‘Danger Zone’: Moody’s

Income drivers for U.S. commercial and residential real estate were as strong as predicted in the first quarter of 2022, with multifamily and industrial doing particularly well — but the

Rents Rise Relentlessly but Slowly for Class-C Apartments

Affordability remains a concern among for class-B and class-C apartment stock around the United States. Apartment rents are rising explosively across the U.S. But at older, less-expensive properties, lower-income and moderate-income renters

The Medical Office Sector Continues to Hold Steady

Demand remains high and the tenant base is stable, leading to healthy interest from real estate investors. The medical office sector couldn’t be in better shape despite fears of the

Flashing Yellow Signs

The high rate of inflation and the Fed’s plans to raise interest rates could slow the commercial real estate sector’s momentum. While the U.S. commercial real estate sector continues to

LEVEL realty hires real estate veteran and visionary, Lauren McGee-Weiss as Vice President of Commercial Real Estate

LEVEL realty hires real estate veteran and visionary, Lauren McGee-Weiss as Vice President of Commercial Real Estate OAKLAND PARK, FL: Today, real estate firm LEVEL realty has announced it is

last mile warehouses skyrocketing
Investors, End-Users Compete for Last-Mile Warehouses as Rents Skyrocket

Investors, End-Users Compete for Last-Mile Warehouses as Rents Skyrocket Rents for these facilities can often be 50 percent above those at distribution facilities in traditional locations. Last-mile facilities, which were