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.
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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.
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.
Although this post isn’t about distressed assets in the United States, it is still worth the read.
The long awaited disposal of distressed assets in the UK is gathering pace, according to the latest research by commercial property firm Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH), UK Investment Transactions (UKIT) Q2 2011. The report recorded £6.6bn worth of investment transactions in quarter two, of which just below £1bn were distressed. This could herald an increase in sales, a trend which has been anticipated for some time.
Distressed property listings are playing a major role in our commercial real estate markets. This article shows that countries around the world are experiencing a rise in distressed property listings. All the more reason to find an expert who can guide you through commercial real estate markets littered with distressed assets.
From Property Wire
Ireland, South Africa, the US and Spain have seen the largest increase in distressed property listings in the first three months of the year, according to the latest index from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
By: Dr. Sam Chandan | Writing for The New York Observer
Commercial real estate markets, like the broader economy, are approaching midyear on their firmest footing since before the onset of the recession, with property fundamentals improving across an increasing range of markets and property types. Similarly, the rebound in investment activity and credit availability that has been largely isolated to major markets is showing indications of spillover across a national geography of well-positioned, performing assets.