A whopping 70% of CRE professionals recently surveyed by Trepp say they think the office sector will see the biggest uptick in distress for the remainder of the year, and 83% said CRE/CMBS delinquencies will worsen over the next six months.
Political backlash against environmental, social and governance investing is on the rise amid calls by the Securities and Exchange Commission to mandate climate reporting, with several...
Pandemic restrictions changed the livability of many urban centers worldwide as cultural sites were shuttered, restaurant dining was restricted, and local economies faced the consequences.
Investors across the country are clamoring for industrial properties right now, especially those with solid tenants in place and proximity to major roads and population centers.
The incorporation of environmental justice (EJ) and civil rights into the environmental agenda of the Biden administration has not been confined to grant making and enhanced visibility.
Two weeks after Sen. Joe Manchin tanked the downsized Build Back Better package, Senate Democrats on July 27, 2022 released the proposed Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (the “Act” or IRA).
Commercial real estate may be ahead of most industries on the ESG adoption front, given the inherent wastefulness of most office buildings.
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) released on August 5, 2022, a new report on the National Emerging Contaminants Research Initiative (NECRI).
Impending developments have the potential to affect property transactions from the perspective of acquisition, disposition, and financing.
Economic uncertainty, soaring interest rates and a working population that is behaving in unpredictable ways have created a dislocated lending environment for commercial real estate.