By: Erik Schatzker Bloomberg March 23, 2020 (Bloomberg) — Real estate investor Tom Barrack said the U.S. commercial-mortgage market is on the brink of collapse and predicted a “domino effect” of catastrophic economic consequences if banks and government don’t take
Bloomberg – By Natalie Wong, Jack Sidders, and John GittelsohnMarch 20, 2020, 10:20 AM MDT Updated on March 20, 2020, 1:35 PM MDT A freeze is settling on commercial property markets. Buildings that bustled with diners, drinkers and shoppers just weeks ago have gone quiet.
Foreign investment in U.S. commercial real estate plunged in the first half of 2019 as signs of a global economic slowdown made buyers more cautious. Deals totaled $16.9 billion, down from a record $32.7 billion in the same period last
BOULDER — The foundation of the Boulder Valley real estate market remains stable in the face of headwinds such as rising construction costs and pesky regulations. “Overall, the commercial market in Boulder and Boulder County is very tight for all
Longmont is moving into high gear: Efforts over the years to build and promote the city as a brand are producing results. In 2018, the city approved new non-residential construction and additions that will eventually make available a total of
Moratorium in place until June 2020, but hope is bits will chipped away as regulations are firmed up After an hours-long discussion and with the clock nearing 1 a.m. Wednesday, Boulder City Council voted 6-3 to temporarily ban development of
Republicans and Democrats rarely agree on economic issues, but when it comes to local economic confidence, a new survey from Indeed. suggests they might see more eye to eye than many think. “Republicans and Democrats have different views on the