Therese Fitzgerald

Capital Ideas: Dissecting Distress

Will lower interest rates help troubled CRE borrowers in the office market? Not likely, says Trepp’s Lonnie Hendry.

Jaye Calhoun and Divya Jeswant

The Tangible Tax Benefits of Excluding Intangibles

Jaye Calhoun and Divya Jeswant of Kean Miller LLP on an assessment strategy that may help you trim your property tax bill.

Tom Grzebinski

Higher for Longer: Accepting Reality in CRE

Gantry’s Thomas Grzebinski on why this could be the year that buyers and sellers come to terms.

Christopher Wimmer of Fitch Ratings

How Higher Rates Drag on REITs

Fitch Ratings’ Chris Wimmer on why trouble for tenants means trouble for landlords.

Cliff Bootrh

Why 2024 Is the Year to Invest in Industrial Real Estate

As equity capital returns, warehouse, distribution and manufacturing space will be a high priority, according to Cliff Booth of Westmount Realty Capital.

Nicco Lupo

How Private Wealth Is Seizing the Day

Billionaires, family offices and UHNW investment managers are striking while the iron is hot, according to JLL’s Nicco Lupo.

Jonathan Hipp

Smaller CRE Investors, Make Your Money Work for You

Avison Young’s Jonathan Hipp on why it pays to be nimble today.

Jay Maddox

How Much Longer Is ‘Higher for Longer’?

Rather than wait for interest rates to fall, borrowers would be better off seeking alternatives, according to Avison’s Young’s Jay Maddox.

Andrew Mekjavich and Paddy Ryan

The Lenders Backing Retail’s Resurgence

Malls aside, most sponsors are finding manageable debt solutions, observe Gantry’s Paddy Ryan and Andrew Mekjavich.

Therese Fitzgerald

Capital Ideas: The Case for Vintage Office Properties

Can older buildings compete today? ESRT’s Tony Malkin is sure they can.