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Commercial | August 2007 
Q&A: David Schless, American Seniors Housing Association
By 2030, there will be more than 72 million people ages 65 and older living in the United States, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. That will account for 20 percent of the population. ...
By Melinda Young, associate editor, Scotsman Guide Media, Inc

Commercial | August 2007 
Fannie Mae: Not What It Used to Be
In the past, Fannie Mae regulations required stringent financing standards that could be hard to meet. Consequently, borrowers often turned to other sources of capital. Because of compet...
By Ronen Abergel, director, Arbor Commercial Mortgage LLC

Commercial | July 2007 
From the Top
You wanna talk about saturation? How about nearly doubling your supply in two years, then witnessing an 8-percent drop in sales the following year? Or watching as lenders furrow their bro...
By Geary Britton-Simmons, founder, Scotsman Guide Media, Inc

Commercial | July 2007 
Q&A: Brenna Walraven, Building Owners and Managers Association International
Improving buildings’ energy efficiency can increase their net operating incomes, says Brenna Walraven, the new chairwoman of BOMA. And that directly impacts financing. Before her inauguration at the...
By Melinda Young, associate editor, Scotsman Guide Media, Inc

Commercial | July 2007 
Mind the Mold Gap
The introduction of mold-related-claims exclusions into condominium developers’ and owners’ insurance policies has made lending on condominiums riskier in recent years. Unable to purchase insurance ...
By Paul Duggan, ERM, senior environmental insurance broker, American Risk Management Resources Network LLC

Commercial | July 2007 
How to Analyze Income-Producing Properties
Financing income-producing real estate is not an exact science. It requires subjective analysis, experience, and an ability to be innovative and creative. Some fundamentals, however, are ...
By Lorenzo Hills, managing director, East Coast Commercial Finance

Commercial | July 2007 
Scoping Out the Condo Market
Midway through 2007, the residential-condominium market remains the best of times for some markets and the worst of times for others. To understand how the condo market is doing nationwide...
By Nathan LaBudde, consultant, income-property-loan; and Fred Hollister, senior vice president, director of commercial lending, Global Fundings Inc.

Commercial | July 2007 
Condos, Outside the Box
Condominiums for commercial use — office, warehouse/flex and retail — are much like residential condominiums. Typically, they are not as large as free-standing buildings, but they convey virtually t...
By Christopher Hurn, founder and CEO, Fountainhead Commercial Capital

Commercial | July 2007 
The Condo-Apartment Correlation
Condominium conversions represent a key link between the sales and rental markets for apartment units. The boom-and-bust cycle for conversions generally reflect the peak and subsequent slowdown of t...
By Victor Calanog, chief economist and senior vice president for research, Reis Inc.; and Dipyaman “Deep” Sanyal, economic analyst, Reis

Commercial | May 2007 
From the Top
As Baypoint Financial Services’ Kevin Robbins details in our Lead Article, there’s a lot we can learn from watching a few lines. The slope of a yield curve, he explains, is a large determ...
By Geary Britton-Simmons, founder, Scotsman Guide Media, Inc

Commercial | May 2007 
3 Steps to Mastering Multifamily Marketing
Looking at the numbers, there should be plenty of business to go around for commercial mortgage brokers. Capital is flowing into commercial real estate projects at a record-breaking pace, and even t...
By Courtney E. Cox, assistant vice president of marketing, Technology Credit Union

Commercial | March 2007 
Mezzanine Financing on Condo Building
First, the bad news: Condominium-construction financing has become more restrictive and, in some instances, scarce. Many lenders have reached their threshold for these deals and have stopped lending...
By Daniel Edrei, director, Meecorp Capital Markets

Commercial | March 2007 
The Case for a Risk Premium
Many industry publications are touting the global economy and the fact that investment capital is pouring into the country from overseas. When this happens, the industry usually sees a frenz...
By R. Lee Harris, CRE, CPM, president, Cohen-Esrey Real Estate Services Inc.

Commercial | February 2007 
Multifamily Moves Ahead
In recent years, the multifamily sector mirrored the unprecedented increase in single-family-home and condominium prices that characterized the national housing market earlier in the decade. Multifa...
By Sam Chandan, chief economist and senior vice president for research, Reis Inc.; and Victor Calanog, chief economist and senior vice president for research, Reis Inc.

Residential | August 2007 
Stand Out When You Cross Over
Whether you are a residential broker starting to break into the small-balance commercial market or have already gotten your feet wet, you can benefit from taking your small-balance business to the n...
By Salomon Wancier, vice president of marketing communications, Silver Hill Financial LLC

 
 

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