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  • MBA CMF Newslink 7-18-19

    "Insurers continued to see relative value in mortgages compared with other asset classes and are driving exposures higher as they trade liquidity for yield."--Fitch Ratings Director of North American Insurance Nelson Ma.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 7-11-19

    "Solid economic growth is encouraging new household formation and rentals are capturing a sizable share of the resulting housing demand. At the same time, loss of existing renters to home purchase remains limited relative to historical levels."--RealPage Chief Economist Greg Willett.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 7-3-19

    "Conventional wisdom and years of experience tell us that we may be long in the cycle. At the same time, there is a broad sense of optimism, albeit somewhat cautious, that with the level of capital poised for investment, there are still allocations to be met and transactions to be completed."--Real

  • MBA CMF Newslink 6-27-19

    "There is no silver bullet for this complicated issue [the affordable housing shortage]. In order to tackle this problem, we will need a multifaceted approach."--Berkadia Senior Vice President Steve Ervin.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 6-13-19

    "The amount of mortgage debt backed by commercial and multifamily income-producing properties continues to grow at a strong pace, with three of the four major capital sources, banks, life companies and the GSEs/FHA, growing their holdings by more than one percent during the first quarter."--MBA Vice

  • MBA CMF Newslink 6-6-19

    "The vast majority of commercial and multifamily mortgage lenders report they are working on the transition away from LIBOR, but the devil is in the details."--MBA Vice President of Commercial Real Estate Research Jamie Woodwell.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 5-30-19

    "The lowest unemployment rate in 50 years, combined with strong housing demand, have contributed to increasing rents across the country."--CoreLogic Principal Economist Molly Boesel.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 5-23-19

    "When I think about what's likely to happen, I come back to the idea of a 'plateau.' Coming off a record year of originations, I don't see much pulling those numbers down, and I also don't see much pushing those numbers much higher, so we generally see a plateau for originations for the next few yea

  • MBA CMF Newslink 5-16-19

    "The momentum seen in 2018's record year of borrowing and lending continued in the first quarter of this year."--MBA Vice President of Commercial Real Estate Research Jamie Woodwell.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 5-9-19

    "Despite recent volatility in the debt and equity markets, the Fed's decision to leave borrowing costs unchanged has created a favorable commercial lending environment and activity has remained robust."--CBRE Capital Markets Global President of Debt and Structured Finance and Mortgage Bankers Associ

  • MBA CMF Newslink 5-2-19

    "Property incomes are increasingly the driver for investors, and while income returns are relatively consistent between property types, investor sentiment has led to differences in appreciation between different property types."--MBA Vice President of Commercial Real Estate Research Jamie Woodwell.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 4-18-19

    "Grocery is one of the strongest retail sectors, with nearly twice as many new stores opening than closing last year."--JLL Director of Retail Research James Cook.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 4-11-19

    "Solid fundamentals, growing property values, low interest rates and strong appetites from both borrowers and lenders all helped drive an 8 percent increase in recorded multifamily lending from a year ago."--MBA Vice President of Commercial Real Estate Research Jamie Woodwell.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 4-4-19

    "New [commercial and multifamily] construction activity remained robust, with increases in the value of construction put-in-place for multifamily, office and lodging properties. The value of other commercial properties put-in-place declined from a year earlier."--MBA Vice President of Commercial Rea

  • MBA CMF Newslink 3-28-19

    "Whether a firm focuses on the space markets, capital markets or a combination of the two, companies are closely monitoring technological developments in an effort to remain competitive and anticipate the possibility of secular market changes."--MBA Senior Vice President Thomas Kim in a Corporate Re

  • MBA CMF Newslink 3-21-19

    "Profit margins are rising in a majority of counties across the United States. But despite the generally rosier picture, profits vary widely and investing in the single-family home rental market is not always a great move."--ATTOM Chief Product Officer Todd Teta.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 3-14-19

    "[Real estate] investors are reducing risk and protecting income streams through diversification. Pricing is at or near the previous peak for most asset types in prime locations, so investors are seeking yield in secondary markets and alternative asset types."--CBRE Global President of Capital Marke

  • MBA CMF Newslink 3-7-19

    "Investment activity remains robust, driven by a strong economy, significant amounts of capital and a sense that supply and demand in real estate markets is very well balanced."--CBRE Global Chief Economist Richard Barkham.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 2-28-19

    "Real estate transaction activity around the U.S. in 2019 is expected to moderate by 10 percent as investors continue to be selective and develop new strategies to deploy capital against the backdrop of slower growth."--JLL Americas Capital Markets President Jonathan Geanakos.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 2-21-19

    "It feels like more and more organizations want to get into the CRE space including sovereign wealth funds and state plans and everybody in between. High net worth individuals and family capital are also becoming more comfortable in the CRE space."--Joe B. Thornton Jr., President and Executive Manag

  • MBA CMF Newslink 2-14-19

    "For the past three years one of the most popular questions here at the CREF Convention has been, 'What inning are we in?' In reality, many expected this game to have ended by now and the market to start a down-leg. Instead, we're in a new phase, something we have never seen before--a plateau."--MBA

  • MBA CMF Newslink 2-7-19

    "Flexible work is not just a passing trend, it's woven into the fabric of the future of work."--JLL Senior Vice President and Director of U.S. Office Research Scott Homa.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 1-31-19

    "The market absorbed the heavy interest rate increases of 2018, but interest rate uncertainty in the year ahead could impact the current level of investor interest."--Berkadia Executive Vice President and Head of Production Ernie Katai.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 1-24-19

    "In some cases the presence of flexible-space tenants--and the building improvements they initiate--may benefit overall property values, causing some lower-classified buildings with flexible space to perform as if they were Class A assets."--CBRE Americas Head of Occupier Research Julie Whelan.

  • MBA CMF Newslink 1-17-19

    "We believe that more capital is available to move into real estate debt and equity than at any other time. The next wave of investment is not a matter of if or when, it's just a matter of price." --Avison Young Chair and CEO Mark Rose.

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