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Cyclical and secular changes will lead to new uses for old strategies, innovation and adaptation.
Investors should avoid a ‘wait-and-see’ approach to the unfolding financial turmoil, says Kevin Tatro, Trimont’s managing director of special servicing
A rapid rise in interest rates marked the end of more than 10 years of historically low rates – and put new wheels in motion.
SVB and Signature, along with troubled bank First Republic, had been major sources of financing for many real estate managers.
The firm is looking to grow its debt platform and recently hired Dean Dulchinos as head of debt portfolio management to oversee activity. 
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Lending market weighs the long-term effect of this week’s 25bps rate increase.
Facing a wall of maturities in a rising rate environment, borrowers need the one thing that could prove impossible to get.
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Executives from Goldman, Blackstone, GIC, Starwood and Mack Real Estate discussed the next wave of sector opportunities at a recent NYU panel.
AFIRE survey shows reuse, redevelopment top of mind as market turbulence looms.
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Pricing to hedge floating-rate loans against climbing interest rates is soaring amid market turmoil.

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