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October 25th - November 7th, 2014 CRE Transaction Rise 16% in First Half of 2014 10/24/14 ǀ GlobeSt.com ǀ Erika Morphy You don’t have look far or very hard for an indicator that the commercial real estate industry is thriving. CMBS is on track for $100 billion in issuance this year; multifamily continues its momentum; crowdfunding is reaching levels unexpected by even its most ardent fans. But one indicator – transaction activity – inarguably trumps them all. Here, too, though, it is clear that
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    October 25th - November 7th, 2014   CRE Transaction Rise 16% in First Half of 2014   10/24/14 ǀ GlobeSt.com ǀ Erika Morphy   You don’t have look far or very hard for an indicator that the commercial real estate industry is thriving. CMBS is on track for $100 billion in issuance this year; multifamily continues its momentum; crowdfunding is reaching levels unexpected by even its most ardent fans. But one indicator  –  transaction activity  –  inarguably trumps them all. Here, too, though, it is clear that CRE is trending high. Transaction activity continues to be the highlight of this CRE recovery, with solid growth in both primary a nd secondary markets writes Bob O’Brien, Deloitte’s Chicago -based global and US real estate services leader, in the company's recently-released 2015 Commercial Real Estate Outlook. In fact, capital availability is increasing competition as both domestic and international investors show significant interest in CRE as an asset class. Consequently, asset pricing continues to show sustained growth. It is, in other words, a virtuous circle for the industry. Read more...   Tide of Liquidity Buoys CRE Market: MMI   10/31/14 ǀ GlobeSt.com ǀ Paul Bubny   The term ―perfect storm,‖ often used to describe a positive confluence of market factors in commercial real estate, actually has a negative connotation: in its srcinal meteorological usage, it means that conditions could not possibly be worse. Using that term to describe the current market could go either way: for investors seeking high yields, it’s getting to be heavy weather, but for CRE as a whole, conditions are highly favorable. That’s the conclusion to be drawn from a newly issued capital markets report from Marcus & Millichap , prepared and edited by William E. Hughes , SVP, Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation ,which provides an overview as well as sector-by-sector analysis. ―Strong capital flows, from both equity and debt sources, are boosting the l iquidity of the commercial real estate market and driving transaction activity,‖ according to MMI. ―Equity capital of all stripes —  from local investors and 1031 exchanges to institutions that include REITs, private equity and sovereign wealth funds —  have accelerated acquisitions and portfolio repositioning to capitalize on the low cost of capital, consistent revenue streams and rising prospect for appreciation.‖  Read more...   Rents skyrocket well beyond wages   11/6/14 ǀ CNBC ǀ Diana Olick   Why renters remain in a housing Catch-22. Demand is driving rents to record levels, but home prices are also rising. That leaves renters who want to buy homes in a tough sp ot, CNBC’s Diana Olick reports. Lease a two-bedroom apartment in Miami, and you could be putting more than half your salary into the rent check. The same is true for Los Angeles and New York City — and it's only getting worse, according to a report from real estate company Trulia. Rents are rising most in the local housing markets where renters are already stretched thinnest. In the five least affordable markets, rents are now 7.8 percent higher than they were a year ago. Rents are rising because of strong demand that supply hasn't kept up with. Nearly all the new households are renters, and young people moving out of their parents' homes will keep fueling rental demand, said Jed Kolko, chief economist at Trulia. Nationally, rents for units currently listed rose about 6 percent from a year ago, thanks to strong demand and still- limited supply. Median rents for those already occupying units rose a little over 3 percent. Read more...    Article Title Here   (Date | Publication | Author)   Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.      U.S. Stocks Fluctuate Near Record Levels After Employment Report   11/7/14 ǀ Bloomberg for the Washington Post ǀ Joseph Ciolli and Lu Wang   U.S. stocks fluctuated, after benchmark indexes closed at all-time highs yesterday, as a report showed companies hired fewer workers than forecast in October while the jobless rate dropped to a six-year low. Energy stocks rallied as Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc. and Newfield Exploration Co. climbed more than 4.2 percent. Sears Holdings Corp. soared 39 percent on plans to explore the sale and leaseback of 200 to 300 stores. Walt Disney Co. slid 2.6 percent after it reported profit fell at TV networks. Salix Pharmaceuticals Ltd. tumbled 32 percent after its chief financial officer resigned. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index rose less than 0.1 percent to 2,033.12 at 1:56 p.m. in New York. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 16.68 points, or 0.1 percent, to 17,571.15. The Nasdaq Composite Index dropped 0.1 percent. Trading in S&P 500 companies was 16 percent below the 30-day average for this time of the day. Read more...   MacKenzie  is committed to helping firms capture a competitive advantage through commercial real estate. We have a proven approach, a skilled, multi-disciplined team, and the in-depth local market knowledge necessary to succeed in Maryland's business environment.   MacKenzie is a full-service commercial real estate company offering services in leasing and sales, construction, development, GIS and research, property management, and debt and equity placement.   For more information, please contact:   Meghan G. Roy 410.821.8585   Email Meghan Now   ________________________________________________________________________________________________   This newsletter is a summary of articles related to commercial real estate news in the Baltimore/Washington market, collected from local publications as noted above. Should you require specific information, please refer to the publication source or call one of our professionals at 410.821.8585. All information furnished regarding property for sale, rent, exchange or financing is from sources deemed reliable. No representation is made as to the accuracy thereof and all such information is submitted subject to errors, omissions, or changes in conditions, prior sale, lease or withdrawal without notice. All information should be verified to the satisfaction of the person relying thereon.  
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