Commercial Lending Survey Archive

Cash Comprises 30 Percent of Sales in REALTOR® Commercial Markets

Commercial real estate finds itself at the intersection of major global changes. Activity has remained moderate in the world’s economies, with further monetary easing continuing on several continents, according to the Expectations & Market Realities in Real Estate 2017:...

Regulatory Framework Cuts Bank Capital for Commercial Deals in REALTOR® Markets

Based on the Expectations & Market Realities in Real Estate 2017: Intersection of Global Change report—released by Situs RERC, Deloitte and the National Association of REALTORS®—commercial real estate (CRE) investors took a step back during 2016. Large cap CRE...

Maturing Commercial Loans 2017: the Wall of Debt that Didn’t Crash

U.S. capital markets had a banner year in 2016, even accounting for volatility. The investment environment for commercial markets remained well-diversified, totaling $6.6 trillion in 2016. Debt investments accounted for 57 percent of total, with equity comprising the rest....

Net Operating Income Accelerates in REALTORS®’ Commercial Markets

Commercial market fundamentals marched to a steadier beat during 2016 compared with the investment environment. Demand for properties remained solid throughout the year, leading to declining vacancies and rising rents. There were, however, variations in each property sector. As...

Smaller Banks Are Main Lending Providers in REALTORS®’ Commercial Markets

Commercial real estate investment trends mirrored the global economic slowdown and broader uncertainty in 2016.  Sales of global large capitalization (cap) transactions—over $2.5M—declined 15 percent year-over-year, with volume totaling $826 billion, based on data from Real Capital Analytics (RCA). ...