Comparing U.S. Office Growth in CBDs, Urban and Suburban Markets


November 14, 2019 By Dennis Kaiser The U.S. office footprint has expanded over the past decade, revealing a host of intriguing trends. A recent study by Yardi Matrix’s Commercial Café compared where space was added across 20 of the top U.S. markets. Gary Bechtel, president of California-based Money360, points out researchers report there has beenRead More

Interest Rates Won’t Impact Non-Bank Lending Market

Interest rates are falling, but the Fed’s propensity to cut rates won’t have much impact for non-bank lenders, according to Gary Bechtel of Money360. By Kelsi Maree Borland | November 14, 2019 at 06:39 AM Interest rates have been the hot topic for the last few years. First, everyone was guessing when they would rise, and asRead More

Commercial Real Estate: Should You Be A Buyer Or A Lender At This Point In The Cycle?


POST WRITTEN BY Evan Gentry CEO and Founder of M360 Advisors. Gentry is an entrepreneur and innovator in bringing together technology, real estate, and investments. The economic expansion that began in June 2009 is the longest in U.S. history. It’s been going on so long that observers have been able to stick “late cycle” to itRead More

Play Your Best Hand in Bridge Financing


By Gary Bechtel President, Money360 | July 1, 2019 The number of commercial bridge lenders has grown substantially over the past several years, a trend that has made it easier and more affordable to find financing for transitional commercial properties. Many alternative lenders also have entered the bridge lending space, boosting the amount ofRead More

No Economic Shift Expected Through 2020

While real estate asset classes are each operating on individual cycles, overall, the economy looks healthy through 2020. By Kelsi Maree Borland | July 01, 2019 at 02:00 PM The economy should remain steady through 2020, according to several market experts. A recent report from Beacon Economics forecasted little chance of a downturn through 2020. GaryRead More

2019 Deal Volume Continues Upward Climb


This year, deal volume has increased in second-tier markets, and lower interest rates have only helped fuel more activity. Kelsi-Maree-Borland | June 25, 2019 | This year, commercial real estate deal volume continues to trend upward. If the trend holds, 2019 could turn into the tenth consecutive year of positive absorption, increased rents andRead More

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