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CRE v Wisconsin

Three questions with ... Marcus & Millichap's Engle, Stephenson

| Dan Rafter

Investors are flocking to Southeast Wisconsin, the booming submarket between Chicago and Milwaukee. What’s behind this? We asked Ryan Engle, senior managing director of investments, and Timothy Stephenson, associate, of the Marcus & Millichap office in the Chicago suburb of Oak Brook. These two CRE pros have crafted busy careers assisting i…

Finance N Illinois

Those new FHA condo regs have wide-reaching implications

| Matt Baker

This past October, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) enacted long-expected changes to the regulations governing condominium purchases. While these amendments will hopefully ease more prospective homebuyers’ affordability woes, the wider commercial real estate industry will feel the effects as well.

Legal V Michigan

Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame: Miller Canfield's Hodess

| Dan Rafter

Each week, REjournals.com highlights the career of one of its most recent inductees in the Midwest Real Estate News Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame. Today, we look at the thriving career of Ronald Hodess, real estate group leader with the Detroit office of law firm Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone PLC.

CRE O Indiana

Colliers' Cantu: Booming industrial, steady office keeping Indianapolis strong

| Dan Rafter

As executive vice president for capital markets in the Indianapolis office of Colliers International, Alex Cantu understands just how strong the commercial real estate market is in Indianapolis. We spoke to Cantu about this, focusing especially on the strength of the region’s booming industrial market and its steady office sector. Here is s…

Finance N Illinois

IECA closes first Commercial PACE financing deal in Kane County

The Illinois Energy Conservation Authority NFP (IECA) announces, on behalf of the Kane Energy Efficiency Program (KEEP), that on November 4, 2019, it closed a commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing deal in Kane County, totaling $351,136. This transaction marks KEEP’s first C-PACE financed project.