New York Globest Market Headlines
NEW YORK CITY—The appointee, a 25-year veteran of the industry, has experience obtaining commercial mortgages for all asset classes.
NEW YORK CITY—The attorney joins Romer Debbas with experience representing various types of transactions, including restaurant leasing.
NEW YORK CITY—A VP at his former firm, the Cushman appointee has been named a director.
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SAN DIEGO—Berkadia’s Ernie Katai discusses the multifamily demand and fundamentals that have helped his firm achieve rapid growth and how the firm is preparing for the year ahead, in this EXCLUSIVE video interview.
NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Over time, long-term and short-term interest rates generally correlate, though this is not always the case in the short run, CBRE’s Phil Voorhees tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE story about his yield-prediction contest.
SAN DIEGO—Speakers during the CMBS panel at MBA’s CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention and Expo 2017 say educating brokers and borrowers is key to a healthy CMBS future.
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SAN DIEGO—GlobeSt.com caught up with MBA’s CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention and Expo 2017 attendee Ed Hussey, head of multifamily production at Pillar about his thoughts on the market.
IRVINE, CA—Impact fees can run developers upwards of $50,000 per lot in California, a fact that many home buyers don’t know, Developers Research principal Scot Oldham tells GlobeSt.com after he and his wife purchased the company.