Caution emerges in 2017 with multifamily construction lending

There is cautious optimism for 2017 as market forces are making construction lending a bit tougher for certain projects.

Net lease assets are in high demand

A broad swath of investors continue to target net lease real estate assets despite a complex pricing environment.

Why clicks are turning to bricks in U.S. retail

Contrary to some of the headlines that have permeated news cycles of late, over 90 percent of retail sales still take place in physical stores.

What does the U.S. interest rate hike mean for real estate?

On March 15, the U.S. Federal Reserve raised its overnight funds rate by 25 basis points.

Cautious Japanese investors looking to U.S. real estate

Japanese investors are poised to once again ramp up their presence in the U.S. real estate market.

Transit-rich U.S. submarkets fetch 80 percent higher rent

Driven by changing commuting patterns and an intensifying battle by companies to recruit and retain employees.

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