Commercial Real Estate News for Friday, Jan. 6

Commercial Real Estate News

Happy Friday, investors. Before you check out for the weekend, check out these three commercial real estate articles on hedging inflation, ACRE stock prices and a retail center in Sacramento.

How Commercial Real Estate Can Serve As A Potential Hedge Against Unexpected Inflation

An in-depth blog post on how you can use commercial real estate to stave off rising inflation. For one, your projected income for a building already accounts for some inflation. And as a physical object, your building gains more value as the materials it took to originally create it get more expensive for new projects.

Zacks Investment Research Downgrades Ares Commercial Real Estate Corporation (ACRE) to Sell

Several research firms have issued reports on the state of Ares Commercial Real Estate Corporation’s stocks. While there are many conflicting analyses, the consensus at the moment remains at “Hold,” with a targeted stock price of $13.54.

Delayed South Sac Retail Center Looking for More Time

An already delayed commercial real estate project in Sacramento is seeking a five-year entitlement extension from city officials. The 1.49 acre retail center is own by the Anwar family, who said they remain hopeful building can begin within the next year or two.

 

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