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Commercial Real Estate Markets Benefit from Healthcare Industry Growth

The slowly recovering economy has presented challenges for most businesses over the past several years, and commercial landlords are no exception. The recent recession resulted in higher vacancy rates and downward pressure...more

Idaho Real Estate & Development Law Update: Lack of Corporate Formalities Will Not Destroy the Limited Liability Protection...

In the case of Wandering Trails v. Big Bite Excavation released June 18, 2014, the Idaho Supreme Court clarified the requirements for piercing the veil of a limited liability company or LLC and thereby imposing liability on...more

Colorado Supreme Court Revisits Rule Against Perpetuities

In March of this year, the Colorado Supreme Court revisited a fundamental doctrine of property law, which it described as “long cherished by law school professors and dreaded by most law students: the infamous rule against...more

London: hot property - Commercial real estate in the UK’s capital city continues to draw investors from around the world looking...

The London commercial real estate market has become a global destination of choice for foreign investors, with £19.9 billion invested in 2013 and non-UK buyers accounting for 72 percent of transactions, according to Cushman &...more

Mainebiz Real Estate Insider – Commercial Insurance Issues

Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, insurance options for commercial real estate can be daunting. Knowing what to ask your insurance broker can save the day. This sampler of issues will help you and your broker manage risk...more

Condo Hotel Branding: Benefits and New Risks with Rule 506(c) - Condo Hotel Projects Sold as Exempt Securities Require Informed...

Condominium hotels are a subject of renewed interest, buoyed by the rising tide for real estate generally. These projects are also encouraged by favorable trends for financing under the SEC's new Rule 506(c) that allows...more

Raising Loan-to-Value with a Credit Tenant Lease

As the commercial real estate debt market continues to rise, owners and developers are becoming aware of an alternative to more traditional financing products – credit tenant lease finance. In some instances, credit tenant...more

Rent Constant Pricing in Build-to-Suit Transactions

A build-to-suit (BTS) project often puts the corporate real estate department in a challenging position. The project must conform to an approved budget, while also facing a very tight schedule with a series of milestones that...more

Environmental Alert: "Clearly Allocate Risk of Change Interpretations in Transactions"

When buyers request that sellers warrant compliance with environmental law, sellers need to appreciate that agency interpretation or agency enforcement discretion may have played a role in the seller’s apparent ongoing...more

Market Focus - Office Leasing: DC Office Landlords provide Greater Lease Concessions

MARKET CONDITIONS IN THE DC METRO AREA continue to favor tenants. Vacancy rates continue to rise due to more Class A office space coming online and decreased demand by the federal government for leased space as a result of...more

Mainebiz Real Estate Insider – Avoid Common Traps of Commercial Subleases

If you are a subtenant, many practical questions exist such as who will change the light bulbs, who will plow the driveway, and who is in charge if the HVAC doesn’t work or if there are other problems in the subleased...more

A Mid-Year Report Card on the Commercial Real Estate Capital Markets

We at Crunched Credit have taken a bit of a pause of late. It is, of course, the dog days of summer. But it’s time to get back into the fray. Let’s start by noting the doldrums seem to have taken a pass. From where we...more

Positive Report for South Florida Commercial Real Estate

TREPP Analytics recently provided the U.S. commercial real estate industry some positive news – both the CMBS delinquency rate and seriously delinquent loans are down. The delinquency rate as of June 2014 is 6.05% (compared...more

Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Summer/Fall 2014: Tech Sector Continues to Drive Bay Area Commercial Real Estate [Video]

An influx of tech workers, new companies, and flourishing companies in San Francisco and Silicon Valley is pushing commercial real estate demands up and spilling over to other Bay Area markets. Look up, you'll see a lot of...more

Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Summer/Fall 2014: San Diego Joins Southern California Real Estate Recovery [Video]

Like Orange Country, San Diego suffered during the economic downturn. But according to the most recent Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Survey, that's all changing. Employment growth forcing new demand for office...more

Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Survey Predicts Real Estate Market [Video]

The Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Commercial Real Estate Forecast Survey is a survey of California real estate developers and their sentiment towards development over the next three years. Study surveys commercial...more

Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Summer/Fall 2014: Expectations Surge in Los Angeles Commercial Real Estate Market [Video]

After lagging behind for a few years, it appears Los Angeles commercial real estate is catching up to the Bay Area. Specifically in downtown LA and the Inland Empire. California's developers are seeing strong growth across...more

Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Summer/Fall 2014: California’s Tech Boom Drives New Demand for Office Space [Video]

Led by the tech boom in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, demand for office space all over California is increasing dramatically, but with changing requirements, such as square footage and more creative space. We spoke to...more

Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Summer/Fall 2014: Coastal Boom Leads California’s Real Estate Recovery [Video]

The Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Commercial Real Estate Forecast Survey for Summer/Fall 2014 shows that optimism continues: Entire state of California is growing dramatically, but specifically on the coast. ...more

Prepare for Q4 in the Summer

Typically, there is a lull in commercial real estate transactions during Q3, with summer vacations and other factors creating distractions. Nevertheless, given the likelihood that commercial real estate will experience a...more

The Top Ten Points To Watch For In Commercial Real Estate Contracts Point #4 - “What’s the Purchase Price and How Is It Paid?”

Almost as important as “when do we close?” in a commercial real estate transaction is the question “how much will I be paid and how?” Answering that question requires that the purchase price and terms of payment be clear....more

Additional Guidance for California Energy Commission Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program

The second phase of the California Energy Commission’s (CEC) Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program takes effect on July 1, 2014 (the first phase took effect on January 1, 2014 and applies to nonresidential...more

Sale/Leaseback Transactions Moving Full Steam Ahead

Over the past eight years, the Real Estate Group at Thompson Coburn has represented clients in sale/leaseback and net lease transactions valued at nearly $2 billion. The pace of sale/leaseback transactions has accelerated in...more

Upcoming Repeal Will Shorten Environmental To-Do List for Indiana Property Sellers

Soon, sellers of real property in Indiana can cross off one requirement from their closing checklist. On July 1, 2014 the law repealing the Indiana Responsible Property Transfer Law (IRPTL) becomes effective, which will...more

Green Homes: A Hot Trend Among Homebuilders

Following the increase of green buildings in the commercial real estate sector, green homes have become a hot trend among homebuilders. According to the “Green Multifamily & Single Family Homes: Growth in a Recovering Market”...more

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