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Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday, November 17

Charge into your afternoon with these 4 articles on commercial real estate and investments.

34 of the Country’s Top Commercial Real Estate Sales of 2016

A round-up of some of the nation’s largest commercial real estate deals in 2016. The list includes Seattle’s Safeco Plaza ($387 million), Denver’s Breakers Resort ($350 million) and Westwood’s University Station ($206 million.)

Commercial Real Estate Faces Strong Headwinds

More frequent mortgage delinquency and higher borrowing costs may slow down the commercial real estate market in the coming years. These warning signs are already occurring and show little sign of slowing down.

Apartment Demand, Rental Rates Hold Steady Against Unprecedented Supply in Healthy-But-Slowing Apartment Market

Multi-family units continue to be a smart investment. Demands remains strong and the supply is set to grow even more.

Hines REIT Sells Tallest Building In Sacramento for $175.5 Million

The 429 ft. Wells Fargo Center was acquired by Starwood Capital Group for $175.5 million. This is the largest commercial real estate sale in Sacramento since Hines Interests originally acquired the building nine years ago for $224 million.

Commercial Real Estate News for Wednesday, November 2

Good morning! We hope the weather is nicer where you are than where we are. Below you’ll find six articles on commercial real estate covering everything from specific city investment news to the impact of the presidential election on property types.

Black Lion Scoops up North Palm Beach Mixed-Use Center for $14M

Chesser Group, a California based real estate conglomerate, has sold their Crystal Tree property in Palm Beach to Black Lion Investment Group for $14 million. The space was attractive to the investors due to the high numbers of surrounding luxury condos but relative lack of retail property.

Done Deal: Warehouses, Apartments, Retail Sold for Almost $6 Million

A list of recent commercial real estate deals in the Memphis area. Useful information for any brokers or investors interested in Southwest Tennessee.

Influx of Foreign Dollars Continues to Power Commercial Real Estate

A good interview Greg Warsek, senior vice president and senior regional manager with the Chicago office of Associated Bank, where he discusses foreign investment money and its movement away from American coastlines and toward the center.

Commercial Real Estate Market On Strong Run

Andy Cates, president and CEO of brokerage services for Colliers International in Memphis, is optimistic about the city’s commercial real estate growth in 2017. Cates bases his enthusiasm on the heavy amount of construction in 2016 and the land capacity for even more projects as demand goes up.

“Problem” Loans Create a Drag on CMBS Refinancing

While the number of CMBS loan maturities has been shrinking, research groups have estimated around $103 billion worth of loans still need refinancing. Office and retail spaces are facing the most pressure from this development.

How U.S. Election May Impact Factories in Mexico

Border cities are seeing a slowdown in office and industrial space leasing as the possibility of a Trump presidency looms large.

Commercial Real Estate News for Friday, October 14

Two articles to help you get ahead today.

Private Investors Double Down on Net Lease Assets as Institutional Buyers Step Back

Private investors are beginning to compete with institutional buyers for single-tenant net lease assets. The property type is bouncing back after capital markets tightened earlier this year.

Declines in Nursing Home Occupancy Levels Indicate Changes Afoot in Seniors Housing

Occupancy levels in nursing homes have fallen to a five year low, a trend that may cause interested investors to pause. Changes in Medicaid and Medicare are shortening patient stays and contributing to the low occupancy.