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Hot CLO Market Boosts Liquidity for Bridge Loans

Bridge lenders are fighting for elbow room in what has become a very liquid and highly competitive marketplace. “There is an abundance of capital available for bridge loans,” saysRead more

Small Multifamily Loans Get a Big Boost from Agency Lending

Financing for small apartment properties with 5 to 50 units reached a record-breaking $47.6 billion last year and growth is ongoing, according to Chandon Economics. As part of thatRead more

Lending Environment Shows Promise for Borrowers, According to CBRE Survey

A just released survey from real estate services firm CBRE shows overall lending environment has improved over the past year. CBRE’s Lending Momentum Index, which tracks loans originated orRead more

CRE Industry Reacts to Another Fed Rate Hike

In a widely anticipated move and amid a growing U.S. economy, the Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised interest rates to a range between 1.25 and 1.5 percent. The moveRead more

Multifamily Borrowers Have a Wide Field of Options for Mezzanine Debt

Multifamily investors have lots of options to choose from if they want to take out a mezzanine loan in addition to the primary mortgage on their property. “There areRead more

CCIM Commercial Invest Real Estate January/February 2018 issue

You can view a PDF of the current issue here: Commercial Investment Real Estate January/February 2018 IssueRead more

FinCen Confirms Marijuana Banking Guidance Remains In Place Despite DOJ Policy Reversal

Reuters is reporting today that the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) was caught off guard by Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ announcement last week that the Justice DepartmentRead more

What is the impact of the the new tax legislation on individuals?

Price Waterhouse has released an overview of how selected provisions of the bill will impact individuals. Click here to download a PDF copy of the reportRead more

October see slight job gains in services, manufacturing and health care

Food services and drinking places saw a sharp upturn in employment, a continuation of the recovery from Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, and professional and business services, manufacturing and healthRead more

September declines blamed on hurricanes in the South

Unemployment dropped to 4.2% in September, but a sharp decline in food services and drinking places is being blamed on Hurricanes Irma and Harvey. To see the full report,Read more