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October 13, 2021

With Libor On Its Way Out, CRE Faces More Complex Lending Landscape

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The deadline for lenders to phase out the Libor — the rate that determines the interest paid on the majority of commercial real estate loans — is less than three months away, and most lenders have coalesced around a new benchmark rate.

With Libor On Its Way Out, Commercial Real Estate Faces More Complex Lending Landscape

The Federal Reserve has endorsed a replacement in SOFR, which stands for Secured Overnight Financing Rate, but not required it, and lending experts say the presence of other rates in the market could potentially cause complications…

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The New York real estate industry’s powerful lobby group is joining forces with the dominant player in commercial real estate tech to create a new platform for residential brokers to market their listings.The platform is called Citysnap and will be available next year, the Real Estate Board of New York announced…

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Morgan Stanley In Talks For Build-To-Suit Office Campus Outside Atlanta: Sources

A New York investment banking giant is in negotiations to develop a large new office building near Alpharetta, yet another out-of-town firm looking to expand in Metro Atlanta.

Morgan Stanley In Talks For Build-To-Suit Office Campus Outside Atlanta: Sources

Morgan Stanley is in talks with developers for a 150K SF build-to-suit development in the North Fulton County submarket, sources familiar with the search tell Bisnow. The investment bank, which already has a sizable footprint in the region, has discussed eventually occupying an office campus larger…

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You Need These Skills To Master Real Estate For Ghost Kitchens And Flex-Stay Hotels

You know the opportunity is there. But how do you break out of your lane and take it?

The disruption of digital, on-demand business models isn’t a new phenomenon. But a nascent crop of business concepts offers a growing number of emerging real estate opportunities that are benefiting from a pandemic-era boost.

Flexible, long-term rentals, offering temporary stays for guests and travelers somewhere between Airbnb-length weekend trips and yearlong leases, as well as the continuing proliferation of ghost kitchens and on-demand dining, can be useful ways to lease or reposition underperforming real estate, but only for brokers and commercial real estate professionals with the right skills.

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