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Commercial Real Estate Mortgage Delinquencies Continue to Decline

More owners have been able to catch up on delinquent loans, which has short circuited predictions of a massive pandemic-induced distressed real estate cycle. Mortgage delinquency rates, which have been

Focus on ESG Goals Is Encouraging More CRE Players to Invest in Affordable Housing

With a greater focus on ESG criteria, more investors are starting to look at affordable housing plays. This July, Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust announced plans to acquire AIG’s interests

Multifamily Investment Reached a Record $53B in Q2

This increase in apartment investment has dramatically exceeded expectations. Multifamily investment volume increased by 34% quarter-over-quarter in Q2 to reach $52.7 billion, according to CBRE. This increase in apartment investment

How a Deal in Denver Illustrates the Ongoing Strength in Multifamily Investment

Palomino Park Apartments, a giant property with more than a thousand apartments in Denver, sold for $435 million, in a deal that closed in June. The deal shows how rapidly the

All Eyes Turn South: South Florida Is A Real Estate Investor’s Dream In 2021

Earlier in May, the New York Post reported that over 33,000 New Yorkers had exchanged their NY driver’s licenses for Florida ones. San Francisco’s Local 10 reported that over 80,000 people had moved out of the

Is the CRE Industry Progressing on Diversity and Inclusion Efforts?

U.K.-based real estate services firm Savills Plc found itself in the news two weeks ago and not for a good reason. The company, which also has offices in the U.S.,

Accelerated Demand for Industrial Space Is Driving a Boom in Spec Development

Accelerating demand for industrial space is driving a boom in speculative construction in the sector by investors and developers across the board. As Amazon, Fedex, DHL, UPS and a number of other

Eight Ways 1031 Exchange Changes Could Make Economic Waves

In recent months, the political spotlight has once again turned to a 100-year-old tax policy: the 1031 exchange. Often referred to as a “loophole” by detractors, a 1031 exchange, in simplest