The non-traded REIT sector has experienced a flurry of liquidity events of late and that activity shows no signs of slowing.
The nontraded REIT sector has experienced a flurry of liquidity events of late and that activity shows no signs of slowing.
Verizon Communications says, ‘Everything is on the table’ in regard to a possible spinoff of its rural wireline phone network as a REIT. Wall Street is running into resistance unloading commercial-mortgage backed securities. The World Trade Center unveiled its new logo. These are among today’s 10 must reads from around the commercial real estate sector.
Investor demand for net leased restaurant properties is heating up, sparked by confidence in the restaurant sector and a dearth of new construction in other retail sectors. Investors are hungry for quick service restaurants (QSR) like McDonald’s, as well as casual dining properties like Red Lobster.
Economic forecasts today have been clouded by the Federal Reserve Bank’s unconventional monetary policy as historical patterns and correlations used in previous models have been rendered useless. A new quantitative model, pending publication, may illuminate a solution.