The most recent commercial real estate (CRE) data show that we’re in a period of slow but steady transition. Throughout the Denver Metro area, the demand for industrial space has slowed and we’re likely in early stage of emerging from the depths of a depressed office real estate market. We’re…
In spite of the Fed’s rate increases and a slowly deteriorating economy, commercial real estate (CRE) transactions are still happening. But in a few cases, we’re seeing and hearing about transactions that seemed on track for closing just three or four months ago that are starting to fall apart. The…
Investing in commercial real estate (CRE) can be a sound strategy for diversifying a personal asset portfolio. CRE yields and growth can be more predictable than those offered in the equity and bond markets, for example, where trying to time buying and selling opportunities can seem more like wagering than…
For the most part, Metro Denver commercial real estate owners and investors have the luxury of waiting out a short-term economic downturn since markets here have been, and will likely remain, relatively strong compared to many areas of the U.S. Rising Federal Reserve interest rates haven’t significantly impacted commercial real…
The rate of commercial real estate (CRE) price increases we saw in 2020 and 2021, especially in industrial properties, clearly has slowed at this time. But a CRE owner-occupant can still lock in and realize recent increases in their property’s value (without disrupting their operations at that site/facility) through a…
Recent actions by the Federal Reserve Board appear to be on their way to having the intended effect – an economic slowdown, especially in the commercial real estate (CRE) market. The Fed’s Board of Governors has raised the federal funds policy rate by 225 basis points since the first of…
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