The capital stack: PACE finance vs. mezzanine debt

Commercial real estate capital stacks have become more complex in recent decades, allowing project sponsors and investors alike to fine-tune the level of risk they are comfortable tolerating,

CREJ

September 18, 2017

NorthMarq Capital arranges $123.76M in multifamily loans

The loans totaled $123.76 million.

Jennifer Hayes

September 17, 2017

Revere Capital provides more than $25M in bridge loans

Revere Capital provided more than $25 million in bridge financing for new development projects in a pair of Colorado resort towns.

Jennifer Hayes

August 14, 2017

JLL secures $21.5M in financing

The loan is 79 percent loan to value with an 18-month interest only term and was used to pay off existing debt, finish construction and attract future tenants. 

Jennifer Hayes

July 31, 2017

Walker & Dunlop funds $67 million refinance loan for Parker property

The loan was funded to the borrower for the purpose of increasing the project’s loan-to-value ratio from approximately 35 percent to 65 percent.

Jennifer Hayes

June 18, 2017

CBRE arranges $42.5 million in financing for Confluence Cos.

Michael Cantwell and David Treadwell of CBRE Capital Markets, Debt & Structured Finance in Denver secured the construction-to-permanent loan on behalf of the developer, Colorado-based Confluence Cos., for the development of Timberline Farms.

Jennifer Hayes

June 5, 2017
1031 Exchange

1031 exchanges may be axed by Trump’s tax plan

Riki Hashimoto’s phone was ringing off the hook late last week. Anxious investors had one question for the commercial real estate broker after President Donald Trump released his still skeletal outline for tax reform last Wednesday: “Are 1031 exchanges going away?” While a lot of media ink was devoted to things like the proposed 15…

John Rebchook

May 1, 2017
1031 Exchange

1031 exchanges may be axed by Trump’s tax plan

Riki Hashimoto’s phone was ringing off the hook late last week. Anxious investors had one question for the commercial real estate broker after President Donald Trump released his still skeletal outline for tax reform last Wednesday: “Are 1031 exchanges going away?” While a lot of media ink was devoted to things like the proposed 15…

John Rebchook

May 1, 2017

How to prepare for potential property tax increases

This time of year, property taxes are at the forefront of the minds of owners, property managers, brokers and tenants. Recently I was asked what can be done to lower the property taxes passed through to the

CREJ

April 28, 2017

Proposed tax rules impact CRE

For the past 30 years, since the passage of the 1986 Tax Act, the rules for the taxation of commercial real estate are aligned with the economics and fundamentals of the industry. That could all change with legislation that is being considered by the House of Representatives.

CREJ

March 31, 2017