Walker & Dunlop just turned 75 years old, but the company is more nimble than ever after shattering its plan to grow revenues, operating and net income five-fold in five years.
A recent GlobeSt.com survey geared toward financial executives asked what keeps them up at night. Many of the respondents shared the same fears.
The Never-Ending Search for Yield
The economy is lackluster at best and the CMBS market is nowhere near its 2006 peak. Yet the capital markets chug along for a very simple reason: scratch every deal, every decision and you will find a desire for yield.
The Global Services Company Next Door
From its roots as a Texas developer to its emergence on the global corporate services scene, Transwestern has remained true to its mantra: Bold Vision/Noble Mission.
Just What the Doctor Ordered?
Healthcare real estate has outperformed other property sectors and proven recession-resistant even through the toughest times and, supported by impressive demographics, its prospects appear bright.
GE At Work, Again
The upheaval of the capital market and real estate environments caused many companies to readjust their strategies, and GE Capital Real Estate was no exception. Yet the firm has emerged again as a major market player-this time, in the debt space.
Forty Under 40
Profiles of some of the industry's rising stars.