Richardson cites 12 key issues where JV partners must seek agreement. Richardson cites 12 key issues where JV partners must seek agreement.

OMAHA—Commercial real estate developers, operators and investment sponsors are continually faced with the challenge of sourcing capital in an increasingly competitive market, often relying on a blend of multiple sources to expand to the next stage of the business cycle.

The good news for operators is that there is as much capital on the sidelines looking for quality real estate investment opportunities as ever before. However, while the money may be available, the nation’s top investors are cautious about where to invest capital. Many are concerned that the CRE market is at or near the p­­eak of its current investment cycle, and are therefore seeking strong cash flowing assets over value-add or opportunistic investments.

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