11 Must Reads for Real Estate Investors to End the Week (June 30, 2023)

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  1. Invitation Homes Reportedly Nears Deal for 2,000 Starwood Rentals “The deal would generate funds for Starwood Real Estate Income Trust, which is facing redemptions, said the people, who asked not to be named because the discussions are private. The transaction could include roughly 2,000 homes and value the properties at about $400,000 each, one of the people said, adding that it hasn’t been finalized and may not go through.” (Mergers & Acquisitions)
  2. Wall Of Multifamily Maturities Dead Ahead: $4B In October Alone “After the October and November peak, there will be a trough of maturities in early 2024, often less than $1B each month, but another wall looms for late that year, though not quite as high as Q4 2023.” (Bisnow)
  3. How Sam Chandan Became the Go-To Economist for CRE’s Elite “Chandan was four years into what would be a six-year tenure as the Larry and Klara Silverstein chair and academic dean of the Schack Institute of Real Estate at New York University’s School of Professional Studies. He had a place in Manhattan and was very much a creature of the city, spending only part of his time at a house in the upstate New York hamlet of Barryville.” (Commercial Observer)
  4. San Francisco’s “doom loop” story has impacted real estate market “The city could use this opportunity to create a new narrative about innovation and stability, marketing experts said. Some may not even need that much convincing. Stephen Kraus, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of San Francisco, said the graduate students he teaches have not been deterred by the bad press.” (The Real Deal)
  5. Return To Office Plateaus At About 50% Even As Employers Crack Down “After the seasonal drop in usage in late 2022, the national average has hewed fairly close to 50%, which is more than last year, when it slowly rose from about 40% to 50% over the course of the year. Houston and Austin have long been at the top of occupancies, while San Francisco and San Jose have been at the bottom.” (Bisnow)
  6. Net Lease Deals Falter Amid Challenging Environment “Because of the dearth of sales, net-lease capitalization rates have barely budged since the fourth quarter of 2022, according to The Boulder Group. That’s the case even as interest rates have increased to the point where they are roughly on par with cap rates, which has squeezed any meaningful cash flow out of deals that require financing.” (Commercial Property Executive)
  7. Why the Prices of NYC Office and Rent-Stabilized Apartment Buildings Are Tumbling “David Schechtman, a broker at Meridian Capital who handles about $200 million worth of Class B office sales annually, said that prices on older, less amenitized office buildings have come down by as much as 50 percent over the past few years.” (Commercial Observer)
  8. More Banks Marketing Loan Portfolios to Private Equity Buyers “It’s not the first nor the last of such deals. After rising interest rates ignited a bank liquidity scare in March, resulting in the closure of several banks by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, smaller, midsized, and regional banks have been looking for buyers of loan assets.” (GlobeSt.com)
  9. Facing cash crunch, Tides may call investors for more money “The Los Angeles-based investment firm became one of the most aggressive multifamily buyers in 2021 and 2022, scooping up more than $6.5 billion worth of apartments across Sun Belt markets, some of which saw double-digit rent growth during that period. But those acquisitions were almost all made using floating-rate loans in a period of low interest rates. As rates have risen, debt payments have soared.” (The Real Deal)
  10. The largest US banks would survive a severe recession, the Fed’s ‘stress tests’ show “The tests vary from year to year, but generally involve the Fed testing to see how steep the losses in the banking industry would be if unemployment were to skyrocket and economic activity were to severely contract.” (The Washington Post)
  11. Inside the Mormon Church’s Globe-Spanning Real-Estate Empire “Some church members express discomfort with the church’s accumulated wealth—and how it is deployed—and the limited public disclosures about its finances. These tensions were heightened this year after securities regulators fined the church for making false statements in financial disclosures.” (The Wall Street Journal)


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