You have seen them along the highway – warehouses larger than several football fields with countless docks. They might have different configurations, but they all share one characteristic: they are one story tall. The reason for this is obvious – it’s easier to store and move freight around one floor. Despite their size, these buildings are relatively easy to construct, and they are usually located on relatively inexpensive land.
The MBA report released on March 7th states that Q4 delinquencies did not increase for commercial and multi-family mortgages and remain low historically. Life Insurance companies, CMBS, Banks and Thrifts, and Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac all reported continued positive conditions during the quarter. There were only slight changes from the previous quarter.
Its official subtitle is “A bill to promote economic growth, provide tailored regulatory relief, and enhance consumer protections, and for other purposes.”
CBRE reports in their annual Investors Intentions Survey 2018 that some investor habits are changing with regards to US commercial real estate. The popular survey is conducted by the Americas CBRE Research, and the 2018 results reflect the sentiment of nearly 300 investors.
The MBA CREF / Multifamily Housing Convention & Expo was held in San Diego on February 11 to 14, 2018, and it was well attended. There were many interesting sessions and breakouts. Here are some of the takeaways:
The Q4 National Quarterly Report from ExactBid is now available for download. Leveraging the data in RIMS, we are releasing these reports on a quarterly basis to provide you with insights and transparency into property appraisal data including how income is trending across property types in the U.S.
Office buildings have been changing. One only has to walk through a recently completed building to see it. It has not happened over night – architects and developers have long been students of the needs of the changing workforce.
Anyone familiar with commercial real estate knows that e-commerce has had a huge impact on industrial properties across the US.
Much has been written about these regulations. Many thought that DFAST would be eliminated or at least rewritten, which now does not appear to be the case despite the deregulatory mood in Washington.
Last June, the House of Representatives voted to repeal key sections of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act passed in 2010. The Act has long been in the cross hairs of Republicans who claim that it’s overzealous and anti-business.
Britain's departure from the European Union is scheduled to take place on 3/31/19. There's been a lot of speculation on just what it will mean for U.S. Commercial Real Estate.
The Q2 National Quarterly Report from ExactBid is now available for download. Leveraging the data in RIMS, we are releasing these reports on a quarterly basis to provide you with insights and transparency into property appraisal data including how income is trending across property types in the U.S.