Joe Gose

Joe Gose is a freelance writer interested in compelling business trends and stories around the country. He has primarily focused on real estate development, finance and fundamentals for the last 23 years—the last 17 as a freelancer after leaving the Kansas City Star—and has written for numerous business and consumer publications.

Northmarq recently arranged construction financing for Imperial Village, a 45,000-square-foot medical office building in a mixed-use master-planned community in Sugar Land, Texas. Construction is expected to be completed in 2024. Image courtesy of Northmarq

Why MOBs Offer Healthy Investor Appeal

Known for resilience in challenging times, medical office assets are being targeted by a broader swath of capital.

REITs Lead Charge to Consolidate Casino Real Estate

The need for growth capital is driving gaming companies into net lease deals.

Sluggish Sales and Refinancings Cast Doubt Over Property Values

Mortgage bankers await rate stability so deals can start flowing again.

Class B Office Properties Face Fewer Financing Options

Remote work and a tighter financing environment point toward conversion—but into what?

What Rising Interest Rates Mean for Net Lease Investors

Competition continues to put downward pressure on cap rates—but for how long?

Clarion’s Confer Sees Pent-Up Demand Driving Warehouse Occupancy

As users rebuild inventories, the need for space remains unquenchable.

Tax Policy Largely Stays the Course for CRE Execs

Lawmakers dropped many proposals from Build Back Better that could have been detrimental to commercial real estate investors, but the industry remains on guard.

Net Lease Borrowers Take the Driver’s Seat

Healthy competition among lenders is benefiting single-tenant investors.

What’s Driving CRE Securitization

An update on the key trends shaping conduits, CLOs and other strategies.

What Opportunity Funds Do When There Is No Distress

With troubled real estate in short supply, what’s an opportunistic investor to do?