July 12, 2022
It’s been quite an eventful stretch in the capital markets this past month as investors and lenders processed strong inflation reports and the Fed issued an equally strong response to slow the rate of inflation. The uncertainty about the future has led many to take a pause and revaluate what the future holds for commercial real estate, weighing the prospect of ongoing inflation or a hard economic landing into a recession.
March 7, 2022
November 19, 2021
As 2021 comes to a close, the impact of the Covid Pandemic is waning, the economy is accelerating, and real estate fundamentals are improving. As a result, we are seeing real estate transaction volumes increase and general market optimism by most CRE market participants leading into 2022. According to Real Capital Analytics, Commercial Real Estate deal volume surpassed $450 billion for the first three quarters of 2021,
October 29, 2021
Following the 2008 recession, senior housing was one of the top performing asset types, establishing itself as a compelling opportunity for investors. But over the last 18 months investing in Senior Housing has been a challenging proposition as operational risks, caused primarily by the Covid-19 pandemic, have been magnified after years of consistent growth following the Great Recession. Senior Housing, specifically Assisted Living and Memory Care communities,
September 3, 2021
Dekel Capital, on behalf of a joint venture led by Los Angeles-based The Latigo Group (TLG) has arranged $82.3 million in non-recourse construction financing for the development of Infield, a 384-unit Class A multifamily community in the Orlando submarket of Kissimmee, FL.
This is the first phase of what is a planned 800-unit development that will be built on a 25-acre development site located on Ball Park Road just off of N.
August 3, 2021
By Benjamin Grosberg
Earlier this year, I made the trip across the Pacific Ocean to Australia to meet with local Asian-Pacific investors and funds. This included a range of private and institutional investors — some of whom already have an allocation towards United States real estate, and many who have yet to invest, but are actively looking for the right group to partner with.
We were able to identify some common underlying investment themes that favor a general increase in cross-border allocation towards U.S.