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A growing number of commercial real estate managers have launched or expanded their lending platforms over the past three to six months.
A narrative is emerging for high-quality offices that sit between behemoths like New York’s One Vanderbilt and commodity properties.
New york city midtown at sunset with a view from the Empire State Building
The roughly 670,000-sq-ft trophy office is about 90% leased.
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The most significant commercial property financing transactions across US debt markets, collected in our data snapshot, updated every Tuesday.
Borrowers and lenders continue to be held back by higher interest rates and a lack of clarity on valuations, notes an advisory executive.
The US commercial real estate debt markets continued to grapple with high interest rates, falling valuations and macroeconomic and geopolitical forces in a year when transaction activity dropped steeply. Find out which organizations and deals were voted the best in 2023.
Opportunities in dislocation and capital being deployed into structured investments were among key themes for this year's award winners.
Higher interest rates continued to stall the US commercial real estate market in 2023, but alternative lenders and their investors are hopeful that opportunity will knock in 2024.
Walker & Dunlop's chairman and chief executive takes a deep dive on the commercial real estate market and discusses the growth of the firm.
The optimism comes as the commercial real estate debt markets gear up for an estimated $930bn of refinancing.
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