Joe Gose


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?

Building Forward: Q&A With Holt Construction’s Patricia Zugibe

The executive shares insights on the trends shaping development and on the experience of serving as one of her industry’s rare female CEOs.

How CRE Liquidity Reigns Despite Volatility

Debt and equity sources amassed abundant dry powder last year, but caveats linger.

Getting the Deal Done

Not all acquisition financing is created equal, as the quest for debt capital is influenced by both uncertainty and the flight to quality.

CMBS Deals Continue in Face of Uncertainty

Issuances have rebounded after slowing to a standstill, but billions of dollars of troubled loans weigh on the market.

The Climate Factor in CRE Investment Strategy

As losses mount and premiums rise, risks posed by extreme weather are drawing heightened scrutiny from industry stakeholders.

Debt Funds That Can Continue to Hunt for Deals

The pandemic and lockdowns have largely sidelined alternative lenders that depend on leverage, but those that use their balance sheets remain active.