Should We Worry About Recent Pricing Contraction?
IRVINE, CA—We don’t want to jump the gun and read too much into Ten-X’s most recent Nowcast report, which shows that pricing has contracted in a few key sectors. Peter Muoio tells GlobeSt.com what the takeaways should be.
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IRVINE, CA—Four months after the election results, “commercial real estate valuations remain in a lull as investors await more certainty,” says Peter Muoio at Ten-X.
COSTA MESA, CA—New multifamily development and an increasing shift to e-commerce are just two of the changes Ten-X’s Eric Paulsen tells GlobeSt.com he sees as he prepares to MC the CREW-OC SPIRE Awards Gala next week.
SAN DIEGO—While the next several years will most likely reflect very strong performance, almost every conversation at MBA CREF touched on the uncertainty of how much longer the positive trend will continue, Meridian’s Seth Grossman tells GlobeSt.com.
NEW YORK CITY—Apartments and industrial, among other sectors, could see cash flow acceleration, while net lease could suffer if inflation and higher interest rates come, write analysts at Fitch Ratings.
McLEAN, VA--The GSE introduced the K-W Series last year to encourage lenders to finance projects with low-income residents.
SAN FRANCISCO—A rising share of retailers’ capex is targeting “the most productive markets and malls,” say analysts at Canaccord Genuity.