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February 29, 2016

RE Capital Markets Insights: Navigating the Capital Markets as CMBS hiccups

In this edition of Capital Insights, we dive into what is causing the choppiness in the CMBS markets, and alternatives where borrowers are heading to refinance pending loan maturities. As well, we consider how these events could affect the capital markets in the second half of 2016.

Choppiness in the CMBS Markets
CMBS issuances year-to-date as of February 12th have been a paltry $6.5 billion, compared to $13.7 billion for the same time period in 2015.

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January 21, 2016

RE Capital Markets Insights: Construction Lending, Volatility, and Regulation

In the first few weeks of 2016, we have seen the stock market retreat due to global economic and geopolitical uncertainty. This uncertainty has promoted a flight to safety that, in turn, has caused treasury yields to drop 28 basis points since the start of the year. While the drop in treasuries is generally a good thing for real estate capital markets, investors and developers, it has had a profound impact on CMBS lenders who have not seen this kind of rate volatility in quite some time.

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December 18, 2015

RE Capital Market Insights: Present, Past, & 2016

Regulatory changes and market movements have dominated the news cycle for capital markets this month, so we’ve outlined the top items you need to know for what lies ahead in 2016.

Present: Interest Rate Hike
The U.S. economy entered a new era this week with the Fed’s decision to increase short-term interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade. This move did not come as a surprise to the market.

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November 19, 2015

RE Capital Market Insights: Game Changers in Commercial Real Estate Financing for 2016

In 2015, we saw a continued low interest rate environment, the implementation of Basel III regulations and a multitude of new entrants to the market in all areas of the capital stack. Looking ahead at 2016, we will see additional constraints put into place on capital flows. These increased regulatory stipulations and constraints on capital will effect leverage and pricing for commercial real estate and have borrowers seeking non-regulated sources of capital to fill the gap.

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October 29, 2015

RE Capital Market Insights: Quick Close Capital for Year-End Deals

With holiday decorations popping up around town, we are reminded that year-end is just around the corner. While many traditional lending sources – banks, life companies and agencies – have their hands full, active private money lenders are well-capitalized and can fund your year-end acquisition opportunities. These lenders are hungry to meet their own lending goals and have quick-close capabilities to fund deals in as little as two weeks. Dekel Capital has identified a high leverage balance sheet lender that can execute your next financing by year-end.

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September 22, 2015

RE Capital Market Insights: The Fed Holds & New Capital Providers

Fed Delays Rate Increase Bringing Continued Stability and Low Rates To CRE
For the past several months, the commercial real estate industry has been awaiting the decision that would impact not only its bottom line, but also its momentum towards a stronger recovery. While labor markets have strengthened, downward pricing pressure from the decline in oil and commodities has kept inflation below the Federal Reserve’s target. In fact, the Fed took the path of least resistance and voted to keep interest rates at 0.25 percent as inflation remains below the two percent mark.

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