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AuctionPoint 2013: The Commercial Real Estate Online Auction Event Of The Year

Single annual event attracts a huge inventory and every potential buyer

www.auctionpoint.com

$100MM+ of Quality Income Producing Assets

It is not often that we see high quality commercial real estate assets being offered all in one place for 20 or 30 cents on the dollar, but that is exactly what’s happening at an upcoming online auction starting October 23-25 at www.svnauctionevent.com. The event includes assets that must be sold and closed by year end thus the strong motivation of many sellers including banks.

Troubled CRE Loan Resolutions Now

Awareness from both lenders and borrowers seem to have some loans nearing resolution in this turbulent market. Read the article below for more information.

By Maura O’Connor | GlobeSt.com

As Europe limps towards resolution or further chaos, it seems there are signs of economic life in the US. Some of this is playing out in the real estate world, where some resolutions are happening amidst the rubble of loans gone bad.

CMBS Delinquencies Decline in November, Calm Before Storm of Maturing 2007 Vintage Loans

With the 2007 vintage loans approaching their 5 year balloon maturity dates, this article discusses some possibilities for the coming months.

By Michael Gerrity | World Property Channel

Based on Trepp’s CMBS Delinquency Report released today, the delinquency rate in November for U.S. commercial real estate loans in CMBS fell 26 basis points to 9.51%. This was the second biggest drop in 2011, surpassed only by August’s 36 point drop.

Hotel Foreclosures an Oncoming ‘Train Wreck’

 

Eric Stoessel | National Real Estate Investor

Steve Van hates being the pessimist, but he can’t help it. The CEO of Prism Hotels & Resorts says comparing the last two years of hotel distress to what’s coming is like comparing “a car wreck and a train wreck.”

Delayed Action on Legislation Will Shape the CRE Industry in 2012 and Beyond

With numerous legislative proposals on the table, the outcomes in 2012 will pave the way for commercial real estate.

National Real Estate Investor

The commercial real estate industry is hoping that decision 2012 will help to loosen the logjam of legislative issues piling up in Washington.blockquote>

Nontraditional Lenders Gain Multifamily Market Share

Read more about how the multifamily sector is attracting a nontraditional group of lenders.

By Susan Piperato| NREI

Multifamily housing is leading commercial real estate’s recovery with strong rent growth, rising values and high occupancies, which is enticing non-traditional funding sources—especially life insurance companies—to attempt to gain market share.

Foreclosure activity hit 7-month high in Oct.

Foreclosures are still on the rise and this will effect the commercial real estate markets…

Notices of default, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions — warnings that can eventually lead to a home being lost to foreclosure — hit a seven-month high in October.

The numbers are further evidence foreclosure activity is picking up.

Making a Case for Commercial Real Estate

Keynote speaker for the Investment Program Association’s fall meeting, Peter Ricchiuti, discusses the impacts of the economic recovery on commercial real estate and two sectors that could be impacted positively.

By Bruce Kelly | Investment News

The outlook for investing in commercial real estate through real estate investment trusts is positive, said Peter Ricchiuti, an economist and assistant dean at Tulane University.

Seattle still ranks high for commercial real-estate investment

It is always good to hear that some markets are going to be profitable. What will you do with the opportunities?

By Eric Pryne
Seattle Times business reporter

“Wealth islands.”

That’s the term a prominent national real-estate forecast has coined for cities like Seattle that it anticipates will fare relatively well in 2012, while most markets continue to struggle.

The annual “Emerging Trends in Real Estate” report, released late Tuesday, ranks the Seattle metro area sixth among the nation’s top 51 markets for commercial and multifamily investment next year.