Some buyers are trying to renegotiate prices, but a net result of recent moves could be a tightening in the spread between multifamily cap rates and yields on 10-year Treasuries.
Like many real estate firms, your clients are branching out. If you can’t service those clients, they’ll simply go to someone who can. It’s interesting to note that the industrial
(Bloomberg)—Imagine 16 deserted Mall of Americas. That’s how much space battered mall owners need to fill heading into 2022, more than 90 million square feet. It’s no easy task, with
Multifamily investors are increasing hold times for their properties, and not just by a few months either. Investment firms and fund managers are doubling and even tripling hold periods, partly
Investors that have been frustrated by intense competition and a thin supply of for-sale corporate sale-leaseback properties are welcoming a growing pipeline of deals. Companies ranging from FedEx to Taco
When Kroger-anchored Crossroads South hit the market earlier this year, Matt Annibale, senior director of acquisitions with First National Realty Partners (FNRP), jumped at the chance to acquire the 201,404-sq.-ft.