ULI Survey Scales Back Commercial Real Estate Predictions

2012-09-28T07:42:51+00:00

"The Urban Land Institute released findings from its second semi-annual survey of the nation’s leading real estate economists and analysts on Wednesday, Sept. 26, and predicted less than hoped for commercial real estate sales in the next three years." http://www.cpexecutive.com/property-types/retail/uli-survey-scales-back-commercial-real-estate-predictions/

ULI Survey Scales Back Commercial Real Estate Predictions2012-09-28T07:42:51+00:00

Macquarie-Backed MGPA Sees Once-in-Decade Europe Bargains

2012-09-19T04:11:15+00:00

"MGPA, a fund manager controlled by Macquarie Group Ltd. (MQG) managing $11 billion in property assets, is raising money to invest in European real estate and plans its first Australian property investment within six months. “There’s going to be some interesting, once-in-a-decade opportunities to acquire assets at below replacement cost prices in markets that have [...]

Macquarie-Backed MGPA Sees Once-in-Decade Europe Bargains2012-09-19T04:11:15+00:00

Austin Office Report – 2nd Quarter, 2012

2012-08-07T07:52:54+00:00

"The Austin market continues to show large amounts of positive absorption. Much of the absorption this quarter can be contributed to a large amount of small move-ins. Several large leases are set to commence throughout the second half of the year which should have a significant positive impact on absorption and job growth in 2012. [...]

Austin Office Report – 2nd Quarter, 20122012-08-07T07:52:54+00:00

Commercial Real Estate Loans Tick Up

2016-11-23T15:01:59+00:00

The amount of commercial real estate loans held by banks grew at the end of April, showing improvement for the first time in over a year.  Banks burdened by troubled loans have been ridding themselves of their real estate debt, which they feel leaves them too exposed,  at the same time that new lending has [...]

Commercial Real Estate Loans Tick Up2016-11-23T15:01:59+00:00

Was August the Bottom?

2010-11-23T15:10:21+00:00

After hitting an 8-year low in August Moody's/REAL Commercial Property Price Index rose 4.3% in September, Bloomberg reported. Transactions are few. Apartment prices led the rise. Retail and industrial prices continued down, while office prices rose. Read more: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-11-22/commercial-property-prices-in-u-s-increase-the-most-on-record-moody-says.html

Was August the Bottom?2010-11-23T15:10:21+00:00

Small-Cap Commercial Property Market Ticks Up — Fourth Consecutive Month of Sales Price Increases Bodes Well Especially for Banks

2010-11-23T06:56:42+00:00

STAMFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Prices for small commercial properties are gradually recovering after a slump lasting three years. According to the Small-Cap Price Index from research firm Boxwood Means, Inc., prices for small commercial real estate properties under $5 million rose in October for the fourth consecutive month to 90.2. This figure represents a 41 basis-point increase [...]

Small-Cap Commercial Property Market Ticks Up — Fourth Consecutive Month of Sales Price Increases Bodes Well Especially for Banks2010-11-23T06:56:42+00:00

Panelists say outlooks for commercial real estate, economy are improving

2010-11-22T07:27:47+00:00

"North Texas commercial real estate experts expect further recovery next year and say they hope the market will be mostly righted by 2012. The same can be said of the economy. "We made it through 2009 and are still here," D'Ann Petersen, business economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, said Friday. "We are [...]

Panelists say outlooks for commercial real estate, economy are improving2010-11-22T07:27:47+00:00

Commercial Real Estate: Record Declines May Be Good News

2009-08-04T13:18:57+00:00

MIT's commercial real estate price index fell 18.1 percent in the second quarter.  With lower property values and financing difficult, many commentators expect more commercial properties to end up in foreclosure when loans come due and cannot be refinanced.   But some see the dramatic recent fall in values as a sign that prices may be approaching a level sufficient to generate buyer interest.   Time [...]

Commercial Real Estate: Record Declines May Be Good News2009-08-04T13:18:57+00:00

Property Bond Sales May Resume With $3 Billion in TALF Deals

2009-07-29T15:27:29+00:00

Commercial real estate firms hope to sell three billion dollars of mortgage-backed bonds this fall.   The bond sales would be facilitated by the Federal Reserve’s Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility; the TALF is aimed at thawing the commercial mortgage backed securities lending markets for hotels, retail shopping centers, and office buildings. Read more about mortgage-backed bond sales

Property Bond Sales May Resume With $3 Billion in TALF Deals2009-07-29T15:27:29+00:00