Thursday, November 1, 2012

Major CRE Firms Say 3Q Deal Slowdown Reflects Client Caution

National Commercial Real Estate News From CoStar Group

Major CRE Firms Say 3Q Deal Slowdown Reflects Client Caution

The largest publicly traded CRE firms reported leasing and sales activity slowed noticeably in the U.S. during the third quarter as businesses wait on the sidelines for clarity from next week’s election and ensuing efforts to resolve nation’s fiscal debt and tax issues before making major property decisions.

Also in third-quarter earnings calls this week, CEOs of the two largest publicly traded CRE companies said the ongoing debt crisis in Europe...

Investors Demanding More Transparency from Real Estate Private Equity Funds

Still having a tough time getting bank financing for your CRE deals? You're not alone.

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According to Ernst & Young, real estate private equity fund managers around the world continue to face challenges stemming largely from ongoing illiquidity within the capital markets. This has left few able to secure bank financing and stifled deal flow, according to Global Market Outlook: Trends in Real Estate...

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