Good afternoon investors! In today’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at the performance of urban core apartment markets, how technology, inventory, and competition are among firm’s top challenges, how commercial real estate industry leaders remain confident despite political uncertainty, and much more.
Measuring health in terms of annual rent growth for new resident leases, results range all the way from spectacular—a 7 percent rent escalation in downtown Seattle—to dismal.
Keeping up with technology, maintaining sufficient inventory, competition from nontraditional participants and profitability are among the biggest challenges for real estate firms.
Hunt Mortgage Group has entered the commercial real estate loan securitization space with its first transaction.
Commercial Real Estate Industry Leaders Remain Confident and See Balanced Market Fundamentals for Q3 Despite Political Uncertainty
Commercial real estate industry leaders that participated in The Real Estate Roundtable’s Q3 2017 Economic Sentiment Index remain confident and view market fundamentals as strong.
Thanks to the flourishing tech industry, San Francisco is undergoing a building boom. Half-built skyscrapers and construction cranes are regular fixtures along the downtown skyline and a sign that another industry is thriving.
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