Friday, April 23, 2021

Kroll Ratings Finds $1B in Loans of Concern Tied to Oil Sector Markets

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(Photo: Bakken.com) NEW YORK CITY—Oil prices were down about 70% to $30 per barrel in the spring of 2016, and Kroll Bond Rating Agency had...

Renewed Industry Focus on Transit-Oriented Development

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Builders see transit-oriented development (TOD) as one answer to urban sprawl, as populations grow around urban cores. Despite success stories in cities like Houston...

How Developers Make Rural Feel Urban

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RAMONA, CA—Emphasizing walkable town centers is one way planners and developers can create a more urban feeling in towns that have a more rural...
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The Top 20 Cities for Eco-Friendly Commercial Real Estate

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In the early 2000s, energy efficiency was not of substantial concern to U.S. commercial real estate owners. Consider that in 2005, just 5% of...

Development Wave Rolls into LA Arts District

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LOS ANGELES—As the South Park neighborhood is runs out of developable land, the development renaissance is moving on to the Arts District. In the...
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Nordstrom Stock Still Up Following Announcement Retailer May Go Private

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Almost a week following Nordstrom's announcement that family members may take the company private, the per-share stock price for Nordstrom Inc. (JWM) remains elevated. Financial...
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The 10 Most Affordable Cities for Renters in 2017

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Against the backdrop of global competition resides U.S housing trends. With economies interconnected across oceans, both macroeconomic and microeconomic factors have come to play...

Today’s CRE Scoops – December 16, 2019

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Mirroring a larger trend of slower global growth, United States GDP growth is forecast to slow to 1.5% next year, compared to 2.5% the...

On the Trump Front, Real Estate Sector Still has to Wait and See

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CHICAGO —The coming to power of Donald Trump has left the commercial real estate world at times hopeful, and at other times worried. But at...
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Student Housing Development Slows for 2018

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Colleges are letting out for the summer season, but student housing operators aren’t due for a break. August, the hard start for most student-housing...