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The commercial real estate lending landscape in the final weeks of 2020 has “vastly improved” compared to the onset of the pandemic, Marcus & Millichap says in a special report. However, for some lenders the market has tilted toward multifamily and industrial, while lending for office and retail has become more selective.
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“The current recession won’t last forever, so seize this opportunity to play the long game. We all know real estate can be an excellent long-term investment. Our sector isn’t intimately tied to daily stock market swings.”
“Developers should keep a laser focus on markets with high growth potential … The bottom line is developers who play the long game have time to ride out occasional market upheaval.”
Despite the impact of the pandemic on many areas within commercial real estate, industrial assets continue to attract interest as a favored sector of many lenders and investors. The industrial market is outperforming others throughout this period of disruption thanks to the increase in e-commerce and a continued need for last mile distribution and third-party logistics centers.
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If you are looking to purchase or refinance an industrial property, call Ken Kaplan at 215-230-1885.
The stress of troubled loans is mounting throughout the banking sector. Non performing loans are a particular challenge for small and mid sized community banks, as government support for the local business owners is phasing out.
K2 Commercial Finance works with many alternative lenders who are still actively looking for new lending opportunities. Call Ken to discuss your needs. 215-230-1885
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Commercial real estate lending for apartment and industrial properties is beginning to normalize. Several lenders are returning to the market and application volume is picking back up to pre COVID 19 levels. Hospitality and retail properties remain very difficult to finance but K2 Commercial Finance is able to help place these loans as well.
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Here is a statistic that is hard to believe: Remote working accounted for only 3.4% of the total U.S. workforce population prior to COVID-19, according to Gallup. In fact, many companies, including tech companies such as Yahoo!, famously banned working from home prior to the pandemic because the company craved “increased productivity and a more connected company culture.”
According to the Mortgage Bankers Assn,third quarter commercial mortgage originations were down 47% year over year.
The good news is K2 Commercial Finance is in a position to place almost any viable commercial real estate mortgage request.
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