Industry News

Self-Storage REIT Report – 4th Quarter 2022

Rental growth slowed significantly across the nation in the second half of 2022 and occupancy levels also took a step back. After a record breaking 2021 and start to 2022, transaction velocity slowed in the second half of 2022 as the cost of capital surged due to increases in the Federal Funds Rate. While fundamentals…read more

Single-Family Rental REIT Report – 4th Quarter 2022

Rental growth continued to slow. While year-over-year rents are showing impressive high-single digit growth, the monthly numbers are flat to down. Operators have noted seasonality is back and expect a return to normal rent growth for 2023. Download the report:  Single-Family Rental REIT Report 4Q22   For more information on the single-family sector, please reach…read more

Waiting for the Thaw in CRE Deal Flow

Article by:  Farhan Kabani The industry seems to have arrived at a consensus: Opportunities are available for those willing to search for them, and that search may be getting a little bit easier. Read the full article:

How Hybrid Work Is Changing Offices of the Future

Article by:  Ray A. Smith Architects and real-estate developers are pioneering concepts to entice workers who will permanently split their time between home and office. Here are the innovations you’ll see in coming years. Read the full article:

What ESG Means for Real Estate Investors

Article by:  Karthik Balakrishnan Real estate investors face dual imperatives: to produce returns and to advance the low-carbon transition. Read the full article:

20% of Bank’s Office CMBS Loans in Danger of Default

Article by:  Jack Rogers M&T Banks says it is conducting “stress tests” on the debt-service ratio of CMBS loans that make up its $5B office portfolio, disclosing that 20% of its office loans are criticized—banking jargon for in distress, potentially in default. Read the full article:

Top 10 Emerging Multifamily Markets

Article by:  Anca Gagiuc Gateway markets, badly hit by out-migration during the peak of the pandemic, are rebounding, boosted by limited supply, increased return to the office and resurgent immigration. Read the full article: