January 19, 2017

San Francisco Investors Have Eyes
On Next Cycle

While growth is expected this year and next, the days of extreme growth are gone in San Francisco commercial real estate. Investors and developers expect slow growth over the next two years and are more cautious about long-term projections, and a handful of firms have already started planning for the next cycle.

Investors, developers, consultants, designers and contractors gathered on the 40th floor of Hines' 101 California St building in San Francisco yesterday to learn more about what the future holds. Allen Matkins partner and Bisnow event moderator Tony Natsis along with…

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Bad news for Oakland Raiders fans: The Raiders just submitted a formal application to move to Las Vegas. Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak announced the news via Twitter earlier today. The NFL's 32 owners will vote on the proposed relocation in…

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Mesa West Capital provided Vanbarton Group and one of its U.S. pension fund partners with $16M in first mortgage debt to finance the purchase of the fully occupied 39 Stockton St in Union Square. The 12k SF two-story retail property…

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Airbnb Is Increasing Its Efforts To Up Tax Revenue Collection For Local Municipalities

In an effort to work more closely with local municipalities and address the array of concerns officials have with its business model, Airbnb has redoubled its efforts to collect taxes from its hosts.

The home-sharing leader collected and redirected $175M in taxes for local governments in 2016, from $42.6M in 2015, or four times the amount. Those taxes were collected in 20 cities in 2015, but 220 cities last year. Keep in mind that Airbnb has added upward of 1 million listings to its site since 2015. Currently, the firm has 3 million listings throughout 50,000 cities in 190 countries, according to its tax revenue report.

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Don't Worry, CRE Firms Not Likely To Come Under Scrutiny On Trump's Twitter Podium

Since his upset victory last November, President-elect Donald Trump has chosen Twitter as his personal podium.

In the past few weeks, Trump has taken to Twitter to criticize multinational companies for taking jobs overseas, pronounced top media outlets “fake news!” for reporting stories that paint him in a negative light and condemned A-list celebrities for speaking out about him mocking a disabled reporter. But commercial real estate companies haven't come under fire — and as economic beneficiaries rather than economic drivers, they're not likely to.

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