The Trepp survey for the week ended May 9 showed spreads unchanged and apparently unlikely to change without some type of financial or political event occurring. The implied ten-year commercial real estate mortgage rate remains at 4.00 percent for pristine, institutional properties.
If you have not already downloaded the Urban Land app for your tablet or smartphone, ULI members can do so now and enjoy the latest issue, plus a year of back issues.
Medical professionals are now looking “upstream” to determine how to improve children’s health through housing, said speakers at the ULI Housing Opportunity conference.
The Honorable C.Y. Leung, chief executive, Hong Kong S.A.R., and founding chairman of ULI Asia Pacific will be among the keynotes at the third annual ULI Asia Pacific Summit later this month. Titled “What’s Next? The Dynamics of the Future,” this year’s summit will take place May 20 to 22 at the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong.
For months, the San Francisco development world has been “aTwitter” about the “technology effect” hitting the region’s real estate markets.
Jacksonville’s One Spark Festival more than doubled the number of attendees from last year and is planning a sister festival in Europe this fall.
The Real Estate Roundtable released its Q2 2014 Sentiment Survey, measuring senior executives’ “confidence in the real estate environment.” Topline findings include improving fundamentals, mixed views on future asset values, and abundant equity and debt capital.
Are losses in store when investors pay more for an existing asset than the cost to build one new?
Multifamily housing experts discuss opportunities and challenges for developers and investors, signs of possible oversupply, the potential of properties outside the urban core, consumer preferences for unit types and amenities, and the appeal of renting.