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Chart: US Hotel Sector Volume and Pricing Trends

Mike Savino / November 8th, 2019

The Southeast region of the U.S. is currently the most active for single hotel sales and, unlike all other regions...

Spotlight on the US Self Storage Sector

Alexis Maltin / September 5th, 2019

The U.S. self storage sector, typically dominated by REITs and private capital, has been attracting institutional investors...

China’s Developers, Land Sales Show Signs of Slowing

Petra Blazkova / December 12th, 2018

China’s developers are showing signs of slowing their investment strategies after years of rampant growth amid a debt clampdown by the Chinese government. Sales of development sites have also...

US Opportunity Zones: A Baseline

Bob White / December 4th, 2018

The newly-designated "opportunity zones" account for 10% of the investable universe in the U.S. and have averaged $50 billion in annual acquisition volume in recent years, a new RCA report shows. Analysis...

California’s Prop 10: Battle Is Over, War Is Not

Jim Costello / November 13th, 2018

Housing is increasingly unaffordable for many residents of California. Proposition 10 was voted down on November 6th but defeating this ballot initiative...

Which US Lender Groups Are Gaining Ground?

Jim Costello / September 20th, 2018

The U.S. commercial real estate debt markets are now as competitive as ever. Despite the upward move of the long-end of the yield curve over the last year and a half, commercial mortgage rates have not...

It’s the Bay Area – Supersized

David Green-Morgan / September 17th, 2018

The majority of property transactions across the Greater Bay Area at present involve development sites, emphasizing just how much additional growth is possible in an area that has grown...

Singapore Real Estate: Cooling the Tropics

David Green-Morgan / July 16th, 2018

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has once again intervened in the real estate market in an attempt to cool recent residential sales price growth. The recent surge in collective sales, a key feature...

Changing Gatekeepers of Construction Financing

Jim Costello / May 29th, 2018

The Dodd-Frank reform passed last week includes provisions which will clarify certain U.S. rules on bank lending for real estate construction. Those rules were implemented in 2015 and the competitive...

Net Investors for 2017 Coming Into View

Jim Costello / December 14th, 2017

The fourth quarter rush is upon us, with new deals announced each day. Most everyone in our industry is busy with holiday parties and wrapping up year-end deals. Despite the rush, total U.S. deal activity…

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