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Off-Campus Student Housing Off to a Slow Start for Fall 2021
Off-Campus Student Housing Off to a Slow Start for Fall 2021

Pre-leasing levels are lower than normal for privately-run student housing properties for the upcoming academic year. Bendix Anderson

What CRE Investors Can Expect from Debt, Equity Sources Right Now
What CRE Investors Can Expect from Debt, Equity Sources Right Now

Even amidst a pandemic, there is no shortage of capital sources for the right sponsors. Patricia Kirk The

An Alternative to Dividend Stocks? Real Estate Investments with Monthly Income Potential
An Alternative to Dividend Stocks? Real Estate Investments with Monthly Income Potential

There are multiple ways to participate in the investment real estate market and pursue income, appreciation, and diversification.

Reverse Logistics Facilities an Increasingly Attractive Option for Investment
Reverse Logistics Facilities an Increasingly Attractive Option for Investment

With more e-commerce sales comes increased need for facilities to process returns. Patricia Kirk Holiday sales returns are

Homeownership Trends Having Little Effect on Multifamily Investment
Homeownership Trends Having Little Effect on Multifamily Investment

Even with a tick up in homeownership, the percentage of apartments that are vacant has not risen much

Shorter Leases are Adding a Wrinkle to Underwriting Office Investments
Shorter Leases are Adding a Wrinkle to Underwriting Office Investments

In addition to the pandemic, some blame the rise of co-working space and growing tenant demand for greater

How Property Managers Have to Approach Risk in the New Normal
How Property Managers Have to Approach Risk in the New Normal

All issues that can occur on a property have to be reflected in lease documents, management agreements and

Which CRE Sectors Are Family Offices Zeroing In On in 2021?
Which CRE Sectors Are Family Offices Zeroing In On in 2021?

Some experts predict family offices’ risk tolerance will likely increase this year. John Egan As family offices shake

Biden to Extend CDC’s Moratorium on Evictions and Foreclosures
Biden to Extend CDC’s Moratorium on Evictions and Foreclosures

Biden plans to sign a package of executive orders within hours of the inauguration, including delaying the expiration

Yellen Faces Senate to Sell $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Package
Yellen Faces Senate to Sell $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Package

Yellen will need to sell a package that includes a minimum-wage hike and substantial expansion in family and