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PROJECT UPDATE – November 2017

November 2017

Highlights from the 2017 Trigild Fall Lender Conference Keynote and Featured Speakers

What’s Constraining Urban And Economic Growth?
Chandan: “Our urban cores are the engines of innovation where the most productive real estate is located.”

Chronic under-investment in urban infrastructure such as education, transportation and other assets is a mistake because such investment is the only way to
sustain growth, said economist Sam Chandan, Ph.D., chair of the NYU Shack Institute of Real Estate, at the 17th Annual Trigild Lender Conference.

Millennial migration and retail malaise were among the other topics addressed at the conference, which also featured keynote speakers Peter Muoio, Ph.D, EVP and chief economist at Ten-X; and futurist, author and journalist Michael Rogers. Read More

Uncertainty About CRE Cycle, Higher Interest Rates Lead to Drop Off in CRE Deal Volume

At this year’s Trigild Fall Lender Conference, Peter Muoio, Ph.D, executive vice president/chief economist at Ten-X, shared his outlook for the economy, capital markets and real estate. We’ve summarized some of his findings below:

According to Muoio, we are approaching the longest economic expansion in modern history, and the cycle’s longevity is in itself starting to have an impact on the way commercial real estate investors are thinking. “Preliminary third quarter deal volume is down – about 35 percent from a year ago,” Muoio said, a slump he attributes to a pricing gap between buyers and sellers. At this point in the cycle, “buyers and sellers are not looking at each other in the same way.” An uncertainty over “how long the expansion can persist along with higher rates are key reasons behind the drop-off in deal volume since last year and the sideways movement of pricing.” Read More

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Industry News

CBRE Lending Momentum Index Slips in Q3, Up Year-Over-Year – MBA Newslink

Tech, A Disruptor In Every Asset Class – GlobeSt

North American commercial property insurance rates seen rising sharply in 2018 – Reuters

GOP Tax Plan Carries Benefits for the CRE Industry, with the Exception of Affordable Housing – NREI

Borrowers, Lenders See Continued Stability for Commercial Real Estate Financing – NREI