Posts filed under: Commercial Real Estate

Mezzanine financing has been gaining in popularity among seasoned investors. However, some newer property investors shy away from mezzanine financing because they don’t know how it works. Mezzanine Financing is......
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On the surface, flipping houses seems like a simple process. You purchase a property for a low price, perform renovations, and then list the house on the market to make......
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There is no doubt that technology pushes markets to evolve. In the commercial real estate sector, we’ve seen advances in technology result in the demand for energy efficient smart homes.......
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Banks are bracing for many clients to default on loans or to try and sell distressed notes due to hardships experienced in 2020. The pandemic posed a number of challenges......
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Property investors frequently budget for acquisitions and renovations, with a small cushion to handle unexpected costs. However, they frequently overlook the need to set aside replacement reserves as a necessary......
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Residential property investors are experiencing upward pressure as people look for new places to call home. This has rekindled the age-old question of whether it is more profitable to sell......
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E-commerce has always been a growing force in the economy, but the COVID-19 pandemic saw exponential growth for online businesses. While certain traditional retail spaces have been closing their doors,......
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In many town and cities, storefronts and offices sit vacant. The brick-and-mortar business sector contracted over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some businesses shuttered their operations, while others adapted......
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The commercial real estate sector has been uneven for most of 2020. New construction in the residential market is on an upward trajectory. Office space and similar properties are uncertain......
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2020 was a challenging year for various commercial real estate submarkets. At 2021 kicks off, projections show that over $125 billion in commercial real estate will be sold off at......
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