This Week’s Recommended Reading


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3 Articles to Read This Weekend

Fed Survey: Bank Reports stronger Demand For CRE Loans

The Federal Reserve reports that banks reported little change in their standards on commercial and industrial (C&I) loans in the third quarter of 2015. However, banks also indicated that they increased premiums charged on riskier loans for larger firms on net. Via Calculated Risk Blog

Emerging Trends: Commercial Real Estate’s Data Driven Future

In the real estate industry, data is the Holy Grail. It’s the source of our knowledge and nearly all decision making capabilities. From investing to leasing, the data driven world of real estate enables businesses to compete and excel. In today’s infinite world of software, how can future real estate driven businesses leverage data to increase performance? Via ReTech

US Office Investors Shift Focus to Value-Add, Secondary Markets

With year-to-date U.S. office sales volume reaching its highest level since before the recession, domestic and offshore investors alike are extending their search for income-yielding properties into secondary markets and supply constrained inner suburbs. Markets such as Seattle, Chicago and Atlanta are the new star locations this year, with a select list of the top six highest-dollar office transactions of the third quarter showing a slight shift in trading activity away from San Francisco, Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C., which have each seen 20% or more of their total inventory change hands over the last 18 months. Via CoStar

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