Posts Tagged ‘real estate equity market’

The (Re)Financing Gap

Over the next several years the US commercial real estate market will confront approximately $1.4 trillion in de-levering loans.  Many of these were issued in “peak value”, “peak LTV” years of 2005-2007 (5-7 year loan maturities will come due in 2010-2014, and 10 year loans will come due in 2015-2017). While de-levering can be a […]

Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate meeting 9/20-21 “Catching the Next Wave”

At AFIRE’s annual membership meeting in Chicago the atmosphere was upbeat, with most all presenters (even Sam Zell) bullish on real estate, but keeping an eye on the deficit, the pace of job growth and de-levering challenges.  Investors were generous with praise for the US Fed for keeping rates low enough to carry properties through […]

The US Investment Sales Recovery: Mom are we there yet?

Global Real Estate Capital Markets Blog Hi, I am Janice Stanton head of Investment Strategies, based in New York.   Together with my international counterparts in London, Paris, Frankfurt, Singapore and Dubai, we will be bringing you capital markets trends and insights into investor activity on a global basis. Kicking off our blog will be an […]

Global Real Estate Capital Markets

Kicking off our blog will be an overview of the market conditions in each of our major global markets beginning with the US in this week’s blog.. The US commercial real estate equity market, has experienced a tremendous rally over the last six months, not dissimilar to what we saw happen in London last year.  […]