April 16, 2014

Commercial: Conversations Articles

  • Wed, 03/19/2014

    The Jobs Act of 2013, which was enacted, in part, to give companies greater access to capital, opened up new sources of funding for commercial real estate investment. However, the new rules that grew out of the law also created some significant hurdles to accessing that capital, says attorney Dominic Lloyd, a partner in the Denver office of the law firm BakerHostetler.

  • Sat, 11/02/2013

    Cassidy Turley’s Chief Economist Kevin J. Thorpe explains why neither rising interest rates nor the tapering of the government’s quantitative easing are significant threats to the economy or commercial real estate.

  • Fri, 07/12/2013

    Jonathan Wiley explains why most companies might be better off financially if they leased space, rather than purchasing it.

  • Thu, 03/14/2013

    Does your company have a succession plan? Its ongoing viability could depend on it.

  • Thu, 11/01/2012

    Conventional wisdom suggests that commercial real estate is a good hedge against inflation. But since inflation is expected to remain at about 2 percent per year for the foreseeable future, Martha Peyton advises investors to look at the overall performance of a property or pooled investment fund rather than its utility as an inflation hedge.

  • Wed, 07/18/2012

    A conversation with Norm G. Miller.

  • Sun, 01/01/2012

    Conversation with Douglas M. Bibby

  • Sat, 10/01/2011

    A conversation with Susanne Cannon and Rebel Cole.

  • Thu, 09/01/2011
  • Fri, 07/01/2011

    The Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is intended to guard against the excesses that led to the economic crisis. But when it takes effect in July, it may also have some negative effects on financing of commercial real estate. Sabeth Siddique talks about the possible implications.