CRE Financing: More Regulation, Non-Bank Lending
Triple Net Financial’s Brandon Johnson weighs in on the challenges in commercial real estate financing, the impact of regulations on potential growth and which markets are still ripe for retail development.
Pop-Up Shops Going Global
The effects of e-commerce on brick-and-mortar are on the rise and players from both sides of the line are increasingly turning to popup space. CPE talked to Patrick Burkert, co-founder & CMO of Go—PopUp, about the niche's relationship with classic real estate and about the future of the field.
The Benefits of Investing in Contaminated Sites
Developing on environmentally contaminated sites might seem like a complicated investment strategy, but the high rate of return can make it worthwhile. Winefield & Associates' Matt Winefield and Partner Engineering and Science's Frank Romeo share their insights on how to make these projects successful.
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Behind the Soaring Demand for Scottish Hotels
Resilient to wider geopolitical headwinds, the Scottish hotel market is attracting an increasingly larger amount of capital, especially from the U.S. and India. The relative weakness of the pound sterling and the sharpness of yields are some of the factors behind this trend, according to Steven Fyfe, associate in the hotels team at Savills Scotland.
Breaking Down Brooklyn Retail: A New Manhattan?
The retail market in Brooklyn is bucking national trends, with prices and rents for retail properties on the rise as the borough experiences a population boom. But the surge in popularity comes with its challenges, notes GFI Realty Services President Michael Weiser.
Out-of-Favor Assets Offer Higher Yields
Retail and non-CBD office are among the properties offering opportunity for better returns to investors willing to expand their strategies. You just need to know how to unearth their full potential, notes Resource Income and Opportunity REIT Senior Vice President Martin Caverly.
Q&A: KeyBank’s 2017 Capital Markets Outlook
John Hofmann oversees originations for KeyBank and lends on a range of strategies, targeting the niche preferences of the firm’s diverse customers. Hofmann shares his bird’s-eye view of commercial real estate lending and the forces that will shape the industry in the coming months.