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  1. The Latest Institutional Quality Assets…Single Family Homes?

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    By Duke Dennis Would you like a quick and easy way to finance the acquisition of multiple single-family residential properties for a personal investment portfolio or to sell to a big institution?  Did you know institutions like Starwood Capital, Blackstone, and other Wall Street firms

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  2. Metropolitan Capital Advisors Exhibits at ICSC/RECON 2018: Booth S281R

    Attending ICSC/RECON 2018? Stop by Booth S281R & Talk to the Shopping Center Finance Experts The team from Metropolitan Capital Advisors invites you to stop by our booth during ICSC/RECON 2018 May 20, 2018, thru May 22, 2018, to speak to our Shopping Center Finance

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  3. Capital is the Lifeblood of CRE, But Land is the Beating Heart

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    If Capital is the lifeblood of real estate, then Land is its beating heart. Land is at the core of real estate. It is the foundation of the clichéd saying “location, location, location.” In highly dense metropolises like New York and London, raw land regularly

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  4. The Future of Bridge Lending

    By Todd McNeill Rarely do we write these informative blogs to make predictions, but with the recent Fed rate hike, we have been asked by many clients what the future of bridge lending will be. By way of background, nearly all bridge lenders quote a

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  5. Real Estate Capital Alliance (RECA) Collaboration Makes Your Project a Reality

    Real Estate Capital Alliance

    by Ralph Rader Metropolitan Capital Advisors (“MCA”) is a member of the Real Estate Capital Alliance (“RECA”), a professional association of 19 independently owned commercial real estate financial intermediary firms. The firms are comprised of more than 70 producers located across the U.S. RECA allows

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  6. U.S Economic Challenges & The Impact on Commercial Real Estate

    U.S. Economic Challenges

    By Kevan McCormack The economy continues to boom despite being in our ninth year of recovery following the Great Recession of 2008. Unemployment is down (~4%), Income Taxes are down, and GDP growth is up (2.3%), but so are interest rates. Last week, the FOMC

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