Tariffs Aside, China Investment in U.S. CRE Slows

Tariffs Aside, China Investment in U.S. CRE Slows

Before specific talk of tariffs between the United States and China, money from the latter into the U.S. commercial real estate industry was already waning. Last year there was an estimated $7.3 billion of deals by China-based entities here, according to a recent...
Can Multifamily Buck Concerns About the Sector?

Can Multifamily Buck Concerns About the Sector?

Once thought of as the darling of commercial real estate, there has been some ongoing concern about the multifamily sector, much of it has to do with all of the supply that has come on the market over the last several months. Reis calls 2017 “record supply growth” for...
CMBS Report: More Encouraging Numbers

CMBS Report: More Encouraging Numbers

GRS Group tries to touch on CMBS trends on a relatively regular basis.  This is because of the amount of them hitting maturity around this time.  Also, because of the anticipatory concerns that were sparked by the commercial real estate industry about a wave of...

CMBS Experiences a Q2 Climb

Good news for commercial real estate borrowers came from CBRE recently. Commercial loan closings rose 27 percent year over year during the second quarter, reported the commercial real estate services firm. Much of this had to do with a spike in CMBS issuances, which...

CMBS Situation Better Than Anticipated

There was concern about the CMBS maturities hitting the market, reported by Bisnow, based on information from an Avison Young executive. There were several originated in 2006 and 2007 that are now coming to maturity, prompting supposed worry that another wave of...