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Mega-facility leasing activity shrinks materially in 1st half, CBRE says

Lease signings for big-box facilities–those greater than 1 million square feet — fell 36% in the second quarter over the 2022 period, according to data from real estate services firm CBRE Group Inc. (NYSE: CBRE) published Friday. This triggered an 18% decline in total industrial space leased during the first six months to 373 million square feet, […]

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Major Reasons For New Jersey’s Industrial Real Estate Market And Pricing Growth

Courtesy of Costar, the largest proprietary Commercial Real Estate Database in the United States The industrial real estate market in New Jersey has experienced remarkable growth over the past decade, fueled by the strong demand from e-commerce retailers and increased container traffic into nearby ports. This growth has resulted in a 300% surge in the

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CMBS 101: Trepp’s Essential Guide to Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities

To understand commercial mortgage-backed securities, it is important to first understand securitization as a whole. Securitization is the process of bundling receivables and cash flow streams from many different sources and issuing bonds that pass those cash flows into the hands of investors. Securitization exists so financial institutions can lower borrowing levels and is more often

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Cardboard box demand plunging at rates unseen since the Great Recession

Demand and output for cardboard boxes and other packaging material fell sharply in the fourth quarter of 2022, according to data released by the American Forest & Paper Association and Fibre Box Association on Friday. It’s the latest indicator that consumer demand is eroding following the pandemic. Dwindling savings, inflation, rising interest rates and fears

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