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The US commercial real estate debt markets continued to grapple with high interest rates, falling valuations and macroeconomic and geopolitical forces in a year when transaction activity dropped steeply. Find out which organizations and deals were voted the best in 2023.
Opportunities in dislocation and capital being deployed into structured investments were among key themes for this year's award winners.
Higher interest rates continued to stall the US commercial real estate market in 2023, but alternative lenders and their investors are hopeful that opportunity will knock in 2024.
Walker & Dunlop's chairman and chief executive takes a deep dive on the commercial real estate market and discusses the growth of the firm.
Inside: It was a year for the alternative lender – were you among the winners of our annual awards?; Willy Walker of Walker & Dunlop’s $930bn question; Plus how senior management are dealing with a DE&I divide; Plus much more…
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As of the start of 2024, debt funds made up roughly 20% of all funds in market by strategy, up for the second year in a row.
New York State Common allocated $250m to a KSL Capital Partners offering, while New York State Teachers made a pair of $150m allocations to separate accounts managed by Artemis Real Estate Partners and Raith Capital Partners.
The real estate manager took a minority stake in New Jersey-based infill industrial investment manager Faropoint at the end of 2023.
REC USA Feb/Mar 24 cover
Inside: Why private real estate firms increasingly need debt and equity strategies; An 18-page special report on ESG and C-PACE; AllianceBernstein’s CIO Peter Gordon on playing defense; Plus much more…
REC USA ESG cover 2024
Inside: How C-PACE is driving ESG investment in the US; The impact of new city laws on C-PACE financing; Expert comment and analysis from Petros PACE Finance and Nuveen Green Capital; Plus much more…
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