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Secondary Commercial Real Estate Markets Welcomed

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While many CRE equity investors continue to seek “Safe Harbors” for their investment capital, some equity investors are now focusing on deploying their capital into secondary commercial real estate markets in an effort to achieve their target investment returns.  While we are not expecting 500K SF Speculative Offices to start popping up in Waco, many […]

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Tax Benefits of Depreciating Rental Properties

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The tax benefits of owning real estate are many. Did you know that you can offset your rental income by claiming the depreciation of your rental property, and the mechanical systems and appliances it contains, as they age? This deduction is not taken all at once, but figured over time.   The IRS extends the […]

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Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Americas

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Commercial real estate is reaching an inflection point where “valuations will no longer be driven by capital markets.” In 2014, Emerging Trends interviewees expect “space market fundamentals and property enhancements to emerge as the primary drivers of total returns,” reducing the reliance on falling capitalization rates and high amounts of leverage. The real estate recovery […]

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Net-Leased investments Provide Strong Alternative to Fixed-Income Assets

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The low interest rates and slow economic growth that have gripped the United States since the onset of the Great Recession have made it difficult for investors to find yield in the capital markets. Returns on corporate and government bonds have plummeted to all-time lows while the equity markets have become a perilous venture characterized […]

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Institutional Investors Look To Net-Leased Property

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Institutional investors—pension funds, insurance companies, public and private REITs—are having a hard time finding yield in these economically uncertain times. Interest rates are likely to remain historically low, perhaps for years. The bond market is steady but uninspiring. The performance of commercial real estate is lesspredictable than ever; development is depressed; cap rates are low. […]

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