Paul Fiorilla

Paul Fiorilla has 25 years’ experience as a researcher and writer in the commercial real estate markets. He previously spent six years as a vice president of research at Prudential Real Estate Investors in Madison, N.J., where he oversaw publishing of outlooks and thought leadership research. Before that, he covered real estate capital markets and CMBS for 12 years at Commercial Mortgage Alert.

Conditions Are Ripe for a Lending Boom. Will Discipline Hold?

A deep dive into what’s next for the debt and securitization markets, from Yardi Matrix Research Director Paul Fiorilla.

Infrastructure, Climate Change Key to Economic Outlook

Economists moderated their outlook in NABE's most recent survey. But there's good news, too.

Analysis: A Rule Change Could Fuel LifeCo CRE Investments

The easing of regulations around capital requirements could also improve returns on risk-based capital, according to Yardi Matrix Director of Research Paul Fiorilla.

Quantum Shift Looms for Office

What will the market look like on the other side of the pandemic?

Property Owners Face NYC’s Tough Emissions Law

An update from Yardi Matrix Research Director Paul Fiorilla on the impact of the city’s far-reaching energy standards.

Analysis: The Infrastructure Plan, CRE and the Economy

A deep dive into what the proposal would mean for the industry by Paul Fiorilla, director of research at Yardi Matrix.

Analysis: Big Government Spending Creates Opportunities, Worries for CRE

Yardi Matrix Research Director Paul Fiorilla and leading economists look inside the recent and forthcoming "go-big" packages.

Analysis: COVID-19 Relief Signals New CRE Policy Regime

The $1.9 trillion federal aid plan has far-reaching implications and points to a new direction for legislation, writes Yardi Matrix Research Director Paul Fiorilla.

Analysis: CRE and Washington’s New Agenda

Paul Fiorilla of Yardi Matrix on why the new balance of power in Congress presents a complex outlook for commercial real estate.

New Study Aims to Crack Cap Rate Code

The model is based on the unemployment rate and the flow of commercial mortgage debt, metrics that are a proxy for U.S. economic performance and capital flows into commercial real estate.