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Why CRE lenders want to see infrastructure investment
Why CRE lenders want to see infrastructure investment

Many in the commercial real estate industry are speculating whether 2021 may finally be the year that the

Multifamily Is CRE’s Most Liquid Sector
Multifamily Is CRE’s Most Liquid Sector

Multifamily transaction volume topped $138 billion last year and hit $32 billion in the first quarter of 2021,

Report: Optimism improves dramatically for CRE, thanks to industrial boom
Report: Optimism improves dramatically for CRE, thanks to industrial boom

Professionals in the world of commercial real estate are finally letting out a sigh of relief after months

When Will Private Equity Money Impact Commercial Real Estate?
When Will Private Equity Money Impact Commercial Real Estate?

Ron Dickerman traveled to San Francisco in the depths of the great financial crisis (GFC) to meet with

Big investors are Buying Up More Commercial Real Estate
Big investors are Buying Up More Commercial Real Estate

With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently announcing that Americans who have been vaccinated no longer

Outlook Brightens for CRE Capital Markets
Outlook Brightens for CRE Capital Markets

The post-pandemic world will look different, with surprising trends and unexpected bifurcations. As vaccinations proliferate and optimism about

Lack Of U.S. Climate Finance Regulation Presents Unique Opportunity For CRE Investors
Lack Of U.S. Climate Finance Regulation Presents Unique Opportunity For CRE Investors

CEO and Co-Founder of Green Generation, which engineers and implements comprehensive integrated energy efficiency solutions. This year’s Earth Day

Investors Bet on Commercial Real Estate, Undeterred by Empty Offices and Hotel Rooms
Investors Bet on Commercial Real Estate, Undeterred by Empty Offices and Hotel Rooms

More than a year into the pandemic, high-rise office buildings are largely empty. About one of every two

Property Managers Say They are Prepared for the Return of Office Workers
Property Managers Say They are Prepared for the Return of Office Workers

A look at how two property managers in Chicago and the Southeast maintained services and are preparing for

Apartment Renters’ Shifted Amenities Preferences Are Likely to Last After COVID-19
Apartment Renters’ Shifted Amenities Preferences Are Likely to Last After COVID-19

During the pandemic, the kinds of amenities apartment renters looked for shifted. Outdoor spaces, reliable Internet connectivity and