Timea-Erika Papp

Timea is a senior writer covering CRE marketing, tech and real estate trends, as well as industry news in the U.S. Timea was previously a senior associate editor at Multi-Housing News and Commercial Property Executive and has an academic background in law. She has been working in the real estate industry since 2011. Reach her via email.

New York City lending

Inside NYC’s Robust Financing Market

Anthony Orso, president of capital markets strategies at Newmark, explains the upbeat outlook.

Now Is the Time to Lock In Competitive Terms: Q&A

Tauro Capital Advisors’ Stephen Stein on why the moment is right for investors to act.

Opportunities, Risks in Today’s Commercial Mortgage Financing

MetroGroup Realty Finance’s Ivan Kustic gives a detailed picture of the capital markets’ current landscape.

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A Midmarket Lender’s Take on Capital Trends

Ellen Comeaux, senior vice president & commercial sales leader at TIAA Bank, discusses the impact of today’s robust liquidity.

Ronald Dickerman on Optimizing Success Amid Market Disruption

The founder & president of Madison International Realty discusses the practices behind his company’s investment strategy.

Austin Market Update: Short-Term Improvement Continues for Vacancy

The metro’s office vacancy rate is showing signs of gradual recovery.

Ascentris, Cypress Complete Strategic Denver Office Buy

The joint venture acquired a nearly fully leased suburban asset located in the metro’s Creative Corridor.

How Credit Unions Are Boosting CRE’s Capital Supply: Q&A

Charles Krawitz, vice president of commercial lending and loan trading at Alliant Credit Union, on filling capital gaps and gearing up for a robust 2021.

Top Projects That Will Reshape Austin

Home to a host of sprawling developments and infrastructure improvements, the metro is in the midst of a robust expansion.

Leveraging Uncertainty to Craft Creative Leasing Strategies

The pandemic has upended the commercial leasing world, but there’s no shortage of innovative solutions from both landlords and tenants.