Kelsi Maree Borland

Executive Bio

Kelsi Maree Borland is a freelance writer and editor living in Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in publications such as Travel + Leisure, Angeleno and Riviera Orange County.

  • Multifamily NOI Growth May Flatten

    LOS ANGELES—Capital One president of multifamily finance Grace Huebscher tells reporter Kelsi Maree Borland that she is very bullish on the multifamily market and sees NOI growth as the only cause for caution, in this EXCLUSIVE video interview.

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  • Secondary Markets Offer Higher Yields

    LOS ANGELES—Experts on the Rise of the Secondary City panel at the CCIM Thrive conference talk about the good opportunities in secondary and tertiary markets and in which markets they are finding those deals.

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  • Food, Entertainment Remain Key Retail Drivers

    SAN DIEGO, CA—Matt Hammond of Coreland Cos. tells reporter Kelsi Maree Borland about the latest retail trends driving the market and the demand he is seeing from his clients, in this EXCLUSIVE video interview.

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  • Crowdfunding Plays Big Role in Retail

    SAN DIEGO, CA—In this EXCLUSIVE video interview, Jilliene Helman of Realty Mogul talks to reporter Kelsi Maree Borland about investor interest in retail properties and why retail is great for crowdfunding.

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  • CBRE Employees Are Sold On Workplace360

    LOS ANGELES—A year after implementing its hoteling workspace, CBRE reports that 90% of its employees prefer the open office floor plan to the previous traditional office space, while 83% feel more productive.

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  • Education Wins in Niche Markets

    LOS ANGELES—At the CCIM Thrive conference, niche market experts, from net lease to student housing, say that the best way to break into to these flourishing markets is through education.

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  • Employment Gets Nearly 2% Bump

    LOS ANGELES—According to Cushman & Wakefield’s 3Q14 office report, employment rates are up, helping the L.A. office market to gain momentum.

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  • LTC Extends Credit Line to $600M

    LOS ANGELES—The extension increases the public REIT’s aggregate commitment of the lenders to $400 million with the option to extend the credit amount up to $600 million, while extending the maturity to October 2018.

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  • Private Financing Always In Demand

    LOS ANGELES—Eagle Group Financing funds three short-term non-recourse loans totaling $20.4 million, re-illustrating the stable demand for private financing in both good and bad markets.

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  • Carthay Campus Trades Hands for $75M

    LOS ANGELES—Douglas Emmett buys the two-building, 216,000-square-foot class-A office campus, bringing its portfolio 61 properties with a total of 15.3 million square feet.

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