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Commercial | December 2018 
Strategize With Preferred Equity
Compared to senior-debt and mezzanine financing, preferred equity is probably the least understood layer of commercial real estate financing and the most difficult to raise in a property’s capital sta...
By Ron Zimmerman, president, NetLeaseX Capital LLC

Commercial | December 2018 
Join the Industrial Revolution
Today’s industrial real estate debt markets are robust for experienced borrowers with institutional partners, as well as for individual borrowers who are just beginning to grow their portfolios. Indus...
By Jonathan Pharris, co-founder and president, CapRock Partners

Commercial | June 2017 
Devote Time to Emerging Markets
In search of higher yields, commercial investors are betting on the concept of “18-hour cities,” places where people live, work and play in large numbers. These cities are not only business centers wi...
By Clark Briner, founder and CEO, Revere Capital

Commercial | May 2017 
Basel Rules Target Bank Risk
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS), a group composed of banking regulators from some 28 countries, is nearing the end of an arduous rule-revamping process. If you are a commercial mortg...
By Christina Zausner, senior director of policy and industry analysis, Commercial Real Estate Finance Council

Commercial | December 2016 
The Structured-Transaction Surge
For many years, large commercial buildings worth millions of dollars have been bought and sold through investment vehicles known as real estate partnerships. They are normally structured legally a...
By Andrew Schmidt, underwriter, APEX Mortgage Corp

Commercial | November 2016 
Viewpoint: Striking a Regulatory Balance
 At a GlanceMajor regulators that impact the commercial mortgage marketFederal Deposit Insurance Corp.Federal Reserve BoardOffice of the Comptroller of the CurrencyConsumer Financial Protection Bureau...
By Thomas Kim, senior vice president of commercial/multifamily, Mortgage Bankers Association

Commercial | March 2004 
Capitalization Rates: How Low Will They Go?
Over the past 12 months, we have watched as Capitalization (CAP) Rates (also known as the Risk Rate) have fallen to an all-time low.  These rates are used by Real Estate Professionals to convert the e...
By Craig C. Johnson, president and CEO, Aries Capital Inc.

Residential | October 2004 
Challenges of Retaining & Servicing “Scratch & Dent” Loans
As the current rate environment decelerates the refinancing boom and as more originators enter the world of subprime lending, many bankers are sure to find themselves stuck with a few loans that th...
By Charlie Hodge, regional acquisition and servicing manager, Empire Mortgage

Residential | March 2004 
Capitalization Rates: How Low Will They Go?
Over the past 12 months, we have watched as Capitalization (CAP) Rates (also known as the Risk Rate) have fallen to an all-time low.  These rates are used by Real Estate Professionals to convert the e...
By Craig C. Johnson, president and CEO, Aries Capital Inc.

Commercial | September 2006 
Behind Capital Markets
In the not-too-distant past, real estate finance was synonymous with banking. If developers needed financing for a real estate project, they approached the local bank for a development or acquisitio...
By David Ross, managing director, Tremont Realty Capital

Commercial | April 2006 
Singing the Cap-Rate Blues
Real estate prices resemble valuations on dot-com companies in the late 1990s. While stock prices have only grown modestly in the past few years, after an abysmal performance between 2000 and ’02, c...
By John Raggio, managing director, Tremont Realty Capital

Commercial | January 2008 
Factoring the Advantages
When a company seeks working capital for its unpaid invoices, traditional lending regulations might not permit many lenders to provide the financial assistance needed. These institutions also don’t ...
By Duane H. Marchant, president, abcCapitalFUNDING Co.

Commercial | August 2009 
Follow Protocol for Venture-Capital Success
In this credit-crunched economy, commercial mortgage brokers who seek funding for their clients' deals must look beyond traditional loan sources. Nontraditional sources differ in their funding require...
By Brian Walker, president and CEO, Walker Commercial Funding

Commercial | August 2009 
Working Harder, Working Smarter
An evolutionary moment is fast approaching the commercial mortgage-brokerage industry. According to The Real Estate Roundtable, a nonprofit public-policy organization, maturing commercial real esta...
By Thomas R. Sherlock, senior managing director, Buchanan Street Partners

Commercial | July 2009 
Get the Facts Straight
Property-buyers can fall into many due-diligence pitfalls when purchasing income-producing commercial real estate. Perhaps the most-significant is not customizing the underwriting assumptions to the s...
By Rhonda Garland, managing principal, Investment Analytics Group

 
 

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