Strong metrics keep sentiment cautiously optimistic
At the end of January, what felt like the entire multifamily industry in North America converged on the scene in San Diego for the National Multifamily Housing Council annual meeting. The week at NMHC
CREJFebruary 22, 2019
The changing buyer profile of retail properties
The parties at the closing table for retail properties in Colorado are drastically different today compared to the past. As Colorado’s economy continues to accelerate and its population continues to grow, investors
CREJJanuary 8, 2019
Private capital retail sector: What are we selling?
Private capital, multitenant retail investment offerings have never experienced such a wide range of valuations. Pick any metric; the statement will apply: cap rate, price per square foot, projected internal rate of return, etc.
CREJJanuary 8, 2019
Who says the Denver real estate bubble has to burst?
At first blush, Denver’s commercial real estate markets may appear to be due for a downturn, but a data-driven look at the market suggests otherwise. After breaking into the top 10 for the first time in 2016,
CREJAugust 17, 2018
Midyear review: What to watch
As we move into the second half of the year, now is an opportune time to consider how multifamily has performed in the opening two quarters of 2018. The combined markets of Denver and Colorado Springs are
CREJAugust 13, 2018
Cost of debt: Defining difference from past cycles
Exactly 10 years ago, the global capital markets were teetering on the edge of disaster when all of a sudden, the subprime bubble finally burst. In September 2008, the bottom fell out, claiming Lehman Brothers as its
CREJJune 18, 2018
Investors’ herd mentality is beginning to shift
The availability of capital for most retail centers is strong, despite all the negative headlines in the media in 2017 about retailers closing stores, filing bankruptcy due to overexpanding, and declining sales from online
CREJFebruary 12, 2018
Springs achieves highest rent growth in area
These are rare circumstances we’re experiencing in Colorado Springs – accelerating job growth, 7 percent apartment rent growth, 4 percent market vacancy and restrained apartment development. Colorado
CREJNovember 27, 2017