Commercial Real Estate News for Tuesday, Mar. 14

Commercial Real Estate News

Good morning, investors. In today’s commercial real estate news, the Federal Reserve and Trump prepare to clash over interest rates, numbers show just how much of a boom LA is undergoing, and the results of the Americas Investor Intentions Survey 2017.

Fed’s on Thin Ice in a Trump Administration, Expert Says

With the Federal Reserve set to increase interest rates, how will President Trump react? Sarah Binder, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, guesses not well. Her interview with MarketWatch covers the future of the Fed over the next several years.

Report Details the Development-Rich Year that was 2016 for Downtown LA

An insightful report filled with numbers that should make any real estate investor smile. More than 2,500 residential were completed last year, with 4,000 more planned. Despite all the building, there are parts of LA that are still underdeveloped.

Most Commercial Property Investors in U.S. Are Net Buyers in 2017

The likelihood of higher interest rates isn’t deterring commercial investors optimism for the coming year. Less regulation and the hope of a boosted economy have many looking for attractive investments. Click above to see more of the insights from the Americas Investor Intentions Survey 2017.

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