Beth Mattson-Teig

New Regulations Create Additional Challenge for Non-Traded REITs
Although the new rules pull back the curtain on a sector known for its very high fee load, the transparency may be just the tool the industry needs to drive structural change.
REITs Lean More Heavily on JV Partner Capital
REITs looking for capital are turning to joint venture partners to help finance growth.
Foreign Buyers of U.S. Assets Show No Signs of Slowing Down
Foreign real estate investors went on a buying binge last year, acquiring a record $91.1 billion in properties in the U.S.—more than double the amount spent in 2014.
Non-Traded REITs Battle Fundraising Woes
Non-traded REITs are facing a number of headwinds that have created a drag on fundraising success.
Life Companies Anticipate Another Strong Lending Year for CRE
Life insurers anticipate higher real estate lending volumes for 2016 versus 2015, but risk avoidance remains a focus.
Private Equity Real Estate Funds: Top 10 Trends to Watch in 2016
Consulting firm Ernst & Young recently published its Global Market Outlook 2016 report, which highlights key trends in private equity real estate. Mark Grinis, global real estate fund services leader at Ernst & Young, provides insight into the top 10 issues to watch in the coming year.
CBRE Economist Predicts Steady Real Estate Market in 2016
The global chief economist for one of the industry's biggest real estate services firms discusses his outlook for commercial real estate performance in 2016.
Pension Funds Brace for Lower Returns
Looking ahead to 2016, pension funds are dialing back on expectations and tweaking investment strategies to account for slower growth ahead.
Is Crowdfunding Truly Ready for the Masses? 1
In theory, opening the flood gates to non-accredited investors significantly expands the potential investor base and would bring even more capital into the commercial real estate investment arena.
What Is The Bond Market Telling Us About Real Estate Prices?
There is a correlation between the bond market and commercial real estate, and that could mean that there are some definite changes ahead.
In Spite of ARCP Setback, Non-Traded REITs Hope to Regain Momentum in 2015
An accounting scandal that has “handcuffed” one of the largest non-traded REIT sponsors in the country is at least partly to blame for a dip in fundraising activity in 2014.
Mega Merger Ups the Stakes for REITs
NREI,'s sister publication, spoke with American Realty Capital Chairman and CEO Nicholas Schorsch to find out some of the drivers behind the deal with Cole, what the new entity will look like going forward and how this could impact the broader REIT industry.
Flexibility, Attractive Rates Fuel Public REITs' Appetite for Unsecured Debt
Many REITs are using unsecured senior notes to refinance properties as well as fund operations and expansion strategies.
Only the Strong Survive
Financing hurdles slow tenant-in-common deals, sidelining a growing number of sponsors.
Only the Strong Survive 
Capital constraints and sluggish commercial real estate sales have taken a big bite out of the tenant-in-common (TIC) marketplace. The volume of TIC equity
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