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  1. Getting Creative: HUD 221 (D) (4)

    By: Andrew Hanzl Take notice! The landscape is shifting: In anticipation of a market slow-down, commercial real estate lenders are dialing back their leverage and exercising greater caution with lending practices. However, this isn’t necessarily a cause for concern – your deal can still get

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  2. A Bridge (Loan) to Everywhere

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    By Charley Babb Do you remember John McCain’s famous “Bridge to Nowhere” speech from 2005? As the Arizona Senator, and then later as the Republican Presidential nominee (2008), McCain denounced a transportation bill with earmarks that included federal funds for an $80 million bridge to

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  3. Limited Service Hotels are, well…limited!

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    By Todd McNeill In recent times, the Limited Service Hotel sector’s reputation has steadily declined in the eyes of the finance industry. Once the darling of the hotel sector for lenders, limited service hotels are, for the time being, a less desirable class of assets.

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  4. TrumpCare and the Effect on Healthcare Commercial Real Estate Market

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    By Kevan McCormack Since Donald Trump has taken office as President of the United States, he has been very busy “making good” on his campaign promises in one of the most active “100 Days” in history and 46 million American who are 65 and older

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  5. What is the TRUMP Effect on Commercial Real Estate? 4 Key Points

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    — By Sunny Sajnani There is no doubt that Donald J. Trump in the White House is a game changer for the real estate industry. What will the newly inaugurated President (i.e Landlord-in-Chief) and his policy platform do to for the real estate markets (specifically

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  6. Whither CRE Construction Lending?

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    By: Justin Laub The mantra of commercial real estate developers around the country when speaking of the state of construction lending these days might be: ‘you don’t miss something until it’s gone’. Though we are not witnessing the complete shutdown of the construction lending industry,

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