GLOBAL QUARTERLY PROPERTY FUND INDEX, Q2 2016

MSCI Inc real estate

MSCI hosted a webinar on Sep 8, 2016 to investigate the Q2 2016 results for the IPD Global Quarterly Property Fund Index and what they mean for real estate investors. Find the Q2 2016 results here. Ken Greguski, Head of Real Estate Indexes at MSCI, introduced an overview of recent performance at the asset and fund level across global markets, and provided insights into some of the many variations across the funds in the index on a range of different measures.
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Spotlight

David Green-Morgan, JLL’s Global Capital Markets Research Director gives an overview of a year plagued by uncertainty and surprises and tell us how real estate weathered the storm.


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Real Estate Mezzanine and A/B Loans: Structuring and Enforcing Intercreditor and B Note Agreements

Strafford

Whether analyzing an existing agreement or negotiating and structuring a new agreement, counsel for lenders and borrowers must understand the key provisions and their potential impact. Counsel must also incorporate the lessons from past defaults, workouts and bankruptcies. The critical question in most of these agreements relates to each lender’s respective ability to exercise key rights under, and enforce or challenge the agreement when a real estate loan defaults or a dispute between lenders arises. Loan workouts and bankruptcies complicate the enforcement and remedies available. Lenders involved with tranched loans, including mezzanine loans and A/B structured loans, must be vigilant about protecting their rights and remedies under existing, as well as future, these agreements. Borrowers need to understand how these agreements and tiered lending structures affect a borrower’s ability to negotiate a workout, extension or discounted payoff.
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How to Maximize Small Multifamily ROI in 2018: An Investment & Finance Outlook

Multi-Housing News

As the multifamily cycle matures and fundamentals tighten, investors and owners are searching for creative ways to boost ROI. From exploring new growth markets to refinancing with improved loan terms and lower rates, the choices made today will play a critical role in positioning your firm for long-term success. Geared toward owners and operators of communities valued between $1 million and $10 million, this free webinar will expand your arsenal of actionable ways to optimize and expand your multifamily portfolio.
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Cash Management Structures, Waterfall Provisions and Reserves in Commercial Real Estate Finance Transactions

Strafford

In the immediate aftermath of the credit crisis, borrowers experienced the tightening of cash management arrangements in real estate loans, particularly for those loans intended to be securitized. As the commercial real estate market is improving, are borrowers starting to see more borrower-friendly cash management structures? Terms and conditions of cash management systems are often very heavily negotiated. Lenders seek to ensure that debt service, property expenses and reserves are paid prior to funds being dispersed to the borrower. Hard lockboxes offer the most protection to the lender. Borrowers, on the other hand, want the most control over the revenues that flow from the property. Springing lockboxes allow the borrower more control over rents or revenues since they require the use of a deposit account only upon occurrence of a specified triggering event, such as loan default.
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The Essentials of Real Estate Crowdfunding

American Association of Private Lenders

Webinar hosted by the American Association of Private Lenders and presented by Carolann Dekker, Top Dekk Consulting Crowdfunding opens up a wealth of opportunities for real estate investors in multiple markets to gain funding or invest in properties, but it's particularly beneficial for potential real estate investors. When most people outside of the crowdfunding world think about this financing method, they often imagine down-and-out borrowers receiving a single large fund pooled from gifts by kind-hearted individuals online.
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Spotlight

David Green-Morgan, JLL’s Global Capital Markets Research Director gives an overview of a year plagued by uncertainty and surprises and tell us how real estate weathered the storm.

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