In Friday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at the opportunities in US Commercial Real Estate debt investing, we’ll assess the damage from this Hurricane season, the debt haunting retailers, and more.
Opportunities in U.S. Commercial Real Estate Debt Investing
Against this backdrop banks and insurers are actively lending – perhaps the most in recent memory. However, they are much more selective than in the previous cycle that culminated in the global financial crisis.
Assessing the Damage from Hurricane Season
Rebuilding after this season’s massive hurricanes will likely cause building costs to skyrocket nationwide due to increased demand for building materials and skilled labor.
The Fed “Unwinding” Is Upon Us, Worrying Some Market Observers
The announcement was widely anticipated and showed the Fed’s confidence in the country’s economic growth.
Why to Keeping Eye on Diamondback Energy, Inc. (FANG), Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance, Inc. (ARI)?
ROI deals with the invested cash in the company and the return the investor realize on that money based on the net profit of the business.
Beyond Toys ‘R’ Us: Debt Continues to Haunt Ailing Retailers
Chains including J. Crew Group Inc., Claire’s Stores Inc., Nine West Holdings Inc. are already on creditors’ radar because they have large debt loads, looming maturities, and weakening results.
CRE Opinion: Assume Cautiously for CMBS Loans
Commercial mortgage-backed securities have long been an inexpensive source of financing many borrowers used in the 2005-2007 era when issuance rose to over $400 billion in three short years.