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CBRE: Commercial Real Estate Lending Market Shows Stabilization

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DALLAS, Texas—The commercial real estate lending market demonstrated signs of stabilization at the end of 2023, with borrowing costs appearing to have peaked, even as transaction activity remains subdued, according to the latest research from CBRE. percent from Q3 2023—marking the first quarterly increase since Q1 2022.

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CBRE Releases 2024 U.S. Real Estate Outlook

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DALLAS, Texas—CBRE foresees economic growth slowing in 2024, though a recession may be avoided and real estate transaction values will decline further, creating compelling buying opportunities, according to the company’s 2024 U.S. Real Estate Outlook. Real Estate Outlook appeared first on LODGING Magazine.

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CBRE: Investors to Purchase More U.S. Commercial Real Estate in 2024

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commercial real estate in 2024 as they anticipate improved credit conditions as interest rates fall later this year, according to the findings of CBRE‘s latest U.S. Among investor types, developers, private equity funds, real […] The post CBRE: Investors to Purchase More U.S. Investor Intentions Survey.

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Peachtree Group Thrives Amid Debt Market Dislocation, Anticipates Deploying $1.0 Billion in Real Estate Credit Investments

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Peachtree Group (“Peachtree”), a diversified commercial real estate investment firm, announced it has closed approximately $660 million in credit investments since Dec. 1, 2023, with an additional $350 million anticipated closing over the next 30 to 45 days.

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Thailand real estate to show ongoing resiliency in 2024: JLL

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Thailand’s commercial real estate industry is poised to perform strongly in 2024, driven by the ongoing recovery in the country’s tourism market, growing manufacturing sectors, and flight-to-quality and flight-to-green movements into prime assets across core sectors.

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Commercial Real Estate Lending Continued Slowing in Q1 2023

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DALLAS—Stress in the banking system and financial market volatility continued to slow commercial real estate lending activity in the first quarter of 2023, according to the latest research from CBRE. The index closed […] The post Commercial Real Estate Lending Continued Slowing in Q1 2023 appeared first on LODGING Magazine.

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CBRE: Commercial Real Estate Lending Market Is Stabilizing

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DALLAS—The commercial real estate lending market is beginning to stabilize, with borrowing costs appearing to have peaked, even as transaction activity remains subdued, according to the latest research from CBRE. percent from Q2 2023 and 47.9 percent when compared with the strong loan volume in last year’s third quarter.