Data from both Real Capital Analytics and the CoStar Group shows sales volumes declining in most of the core CRE sectors.
Evidence continues to mount that real estate investors are becoming more cautious as investment sales volume in the third quarter fell 6.0 percent compared to the year prior, to $151 billion, according to research firm Real Capital Analytics (RCA). However in two of the sectors RCA tracks—industrial and hotel—sales volumes rose by double digits relative to the same period in 2018.
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Online retail is addicted to speed, especially as Amazon ups the game to make same-day delivery seem normal. That puts the squeeze on everyone else to deliver faster, but it isn't clear yet how much more speed industrial real estate — existing and planned — can support in the decade ahead.
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Small business grants are perhaps the most coveted of all types of small business funding. Grants don’t have to be repaid and, unlike equity funding, you don’t give up any ownership of your company. (The IRS does want its share, though, so be prepared for a tax bill.)
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In a news release, Caesars said it was selling the Las Vegas property to a principal of Imperial Companies, a New York-based real estate firm, for $516.3 million.
Under terms of the agreement, Caesars will continue to operate the property while paying $45 million annually in rent under a lease that will run for at least two years.
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MGM Resorts International has a deal in place to sell the Bellagio to a real estate investment trust for $4.25 billion.
In a joint news release, MGM and real estate firm Blackstone today announced the deal, which will not alter MGM’s operation of the Strip casino and resort.
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Don't look to New York City or Los Angeles for the best examples of multifamily opportunity zone investment.
Instead, opportunity zones in "unassuming" markets like Nevada, Oklahoma City and Kentucky have attracted a flurry of multifamily investment activity, according to real estate data site Reonomy's State of the Multifamily Market in Opportunity Zones report.
Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/national/news/opportunity-zones/unassuming-tertiary-markets-lead-multifamily-opportunity-zone-charge-101176
Selling a business is complicated. You’ve put years of hard work into building up a company that is a significant part of your life. Maybe you also sunk a lot of cash into the business to help get it started and then again through all the rocky moments along the way.
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There continues to be very strong investor appetite for medical office buildings (MOBs), according to several industry sources.
Roughly $4.7 billion worth of medical office buildings traded in the first half of 2019, according to Mike Hargrave, principal at Revista, a medical research real estate firm.
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It is all very well to talk about a recession in the abstract, but what steps can a commercial real estate company take to prepare for the impact of a recession, which can include less demand for space or downward pressure on CRE valuations? We asked real estate pros around the U.S. what a company like theirs can do to prepare for a possible recession.
Read Full Article: It is all very well to talk about a recession in the abstract, but what steps can a commercial real estate company take to prepare for the impact of a recession, which can include less demand for space or downward pressure on CRE valuations? We asked real estate pros around the U.S. what a company like theirs can do to prepare for a possible recession.
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