Category Archives: Phoenix Real Estate
Focus Is Still on Multifamily, and on Core Markets and Borrowers After tentatively testing the water in 2011, banks increased their overall lending for commercial real estate in 2012 with total CRE loan balances outstanding at year-end up 3% year-over-year. Investment property … Continue reading
By DAWN WOTAPKA Developers Test the Market for Off-Campus College Housing; Amenities Include Tanning Beds and Resort-Style Pools Erdy McHenry ArchitectureRendering of a student-housing community by Brandywine Realty and Campus Crest in Philadelphia. Housing for college students, long dominated by small … Continue reading
ORANGE COUNTY-With new workplace demands, more employees in smaller spaces, being one. Both workers and employers need to adapt and, in Emily Watkins’ view be “flexible.” This week, the vice president corporate client development at JLL took some time to … Continue reading
The latest report from Dallas-based Axiometrics spells out some positive data for 2013 job growth and rental revenue increases. But not all metros have such a bright outlook this year. Last year, the West was the best. The only cities to … Continue reading
As expected, investment sales volume in the retail sector in 2012 took a leap upwards from 2011. Real Capital Analytics (RCA), a New York City-based research firm, reports that retail investment sales totaled $52.8 billion in 2012—a 20 percent increase from … Continue reading
Convergence of Industry Trends, Market Forces Should Keep Healthcare Developers Busy In 2013 and Beyond Read more… Feverish Pace of MOB Development Fueled By Strong Demand, New Occupancy Trends – CoStar Group.
Wall Street is hitching its bullish hopes for 2013 to an unlikely star, believing that a real estate industry that led the economy into the abyss is what ultimately will carry it back out. While hopes that housing is about … Continue reading