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Ten-X’s Peter Muoio Addresses Economy, Capital Markets, Real Estate

While the economy seems to be chugging along at a steady pace, heightened uncertainly prevails – potentially constraining investment and economic growth.

At the recent Trigild Spring Lender Conference, keynote speaker Peter Muoio, Ph.D., chief economist and executive vice president at Ten-X, enlightened attendees with his unique perspectives on today’s economy, capital markets and real estate.

According to Muoio, there are several indicators which are fueling economic uncertainty.  The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), widely considered the best gauge of fear in the market, is now at its highest level since before the election. Read More

Annual Trigild Spring Lender Conference in Dallas – Experts weigh in on current issues in CRE, Capital Markets
Sixth Annual Event Held in Dallas

A range of compelling issues — among them the potential impact of legalization of marijuana, a surge in home sharing sites and the stark policy changes of a new administration — were addressed by industry experts and insiders before a sold out crowd at the Trigild Spring Lender Conference late last month. The sixth annual event was held at the Hotel Zaza in Dallas.

Commercial real estate and finance industry leaders gathered to provide perspectives on the most timely issues poised to impact today’s economy, capital markets and real estate. Read More

Trigild’s Most Recent Projects

  • Property management for hotel in El Cajon, CA
  • Receiver for hotel in Bessemer, AL
  • Receiver for office property in Walnut Creek, CA
  • Receiver for office property in Stratford, CT
  • Property management for medical office property in Corpus Christi, TX
  • Property management for office property in Memphis, TN

Industry News

Commercial/Multifamily Borrowing Up 9 Percent from Last Year – MBA

Q1 2017 Retail Cap Rate Trends – REIS

The Next Wave in Multifamily: Middle-Market Assets – Multi-Housing News

US Hotel Occupancy for April 2017 Down Slightly 0.7 Percent to 67.5 Percent – Hotel News Resource

The Seat Belt Is Tightening For Auto And Commercial Real Estate Lending – Forbes