Stuart Eisenberg

  • How Low Can You Go? CMBS Market in Limbo

    New risk retention rules and shifting investor interest are contributing to the subdued state of the CMBS market, argues BDO USA Partner Stuart Eisenberg. Alternative lenders like private equity firms and REITs are stepping in to fill the gap.

    National 02 August 2017 16:11
  • Brick & Mortar Retailer Woes Raise Concerns for REITs

    Despite a surge in retail M&A activity, especially in e-commerce, the fiscal health of the sector has some retail REITs worried. But executives that take advantage of the opportunity for evolution should still fare well, notes BDO USA assurance partners Stuart Eisenberg and Natalie Kotlyar.

    National 07 June 2017 17:50
  • REITs, Private Equity Look Beyond Core Properties in 2017

    By Stuart Eisenberg, Partner, BDO USA: As the type of investors interested in private equity and REITs converge, REIT fund managers should watch for increased competition for assets.

    National 01 February 2017 20:07
  • Big Data: How Big an Impact for REITs?

    By Stuart Eisenberg, Partner, BDO USA: How using Big Data enables real estate owners and REITs to better predict, monitor and measure their investments.

    National 19 October 2016 18:19
  • Apartment REITs Face Growing Supply, Plateauing Rents

    By Stuart Eisenberg, Partner & RE Practice Leader, BDO USA LLP: Market conditions are raising red flags for many REITs. But several strategies can ease the potential revenue squeeze on apartment REITs.

    National 18 August 2016 01:08
  • IRS Closes Remaining REIT Spinoff Loopholes

    By Stuart Eisenberg & Bob Klein, BDO: The IRS and Treasury Department have closed a gap in tax law that allowed companies to spin off property holdings into REITs despite a December 2015 law banning the practice.

    National 15 June 2016 15:48
  • Could Millennials’ Belief System Build New CRE Future?

    By Stuart Eisenberg, Partner & RE Practice Leader, BDO USA, L.L.P: The generation that has been dubbed the “consumers to change it all,” comes to wield a substantial amount of purchasing power due to which monumental shifts could occur in commercial real estate.

    National 04 March 2015 21:51

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