14 results for “Trepp”
CRE Midwest

The best secondary market in the Midwest for investors? It might be Nashville

| Dan Rafter

It’s increasingly difficult for commercial real estate investors to earn strong returns in big cities such as New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. That’s because commercial real estate values in these markets have hit all-time highs while cap rates are as tight as they’ve ever been. Because of that, investors are increasingly turning to…

Multifamily Midwest

Worried about investing in small apartment buildings? Don't be

| Dan Rafter

When you think of the booming multifamily market, what comes to mind? New apartment towers stretching 20 stories in the sky? How about sprawling suburban communities with swimming pools, fitness centers and hundreds of units? These larger apartment communities are an important part of the multifamily market, no doubt. And they provide great…

Finance V Michigan

Commercial real estate debt and the next fiscal cliff?

| Staff Writer

While a majority of America is keenly aware of the housing bubble, and at least somewhat familiar with the unraveling of the European markets, little energy is being focused on what may very well be the nation’s next looming fiscal crisis: the large volume of commercial real estate debt maturing during the next seven years.

Finance Midwest

CMBS delinquency hits all-time high

| markt

In July, the delinquency rate for U.S. commercial real estate loans in CMBS shot up 51 basis points to 9.88 percent. This is the highest delinquency rate in the history of the CMBS market. The spike comes after two consecutive drops in the rate for May and June, which was the first back-to-back monthly drop since the credit crisis began in 2008.

CRE Midwest

Rate of Bank Failures Slows Sharply

| Staff Writer

Only 3 banks failed in March 2011, making for the slowest monthly pace since December 2008, when three banks also failed, according to the Trepp U.S. Bank Failure Report. While the reasons for failure were varied, CRE loans represented the largest source of nonperforming loans.

Finance Midwest

U.S. CMBS Delinquency Rate worsens in March

| Staff Writer

The U.S. CMBS delinquency rate rose again in March with the percentage of loans 30+ days delinquent, in foreclosure or REO climbing 3 basis points to 9.42 percent, the highest in history for U.S. commercial real estate loans in CMBS.