Tag Archive for CRE finance

Building, Storing, & Shipping Green

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Many of us associate factories and other industrial facilities with environmental degradation and pollution. We’ve all seen the ubiquitous image of the smoke stack belching sooty clouds into the sky. It’s a pretty common conception of the industrial sector, one…

Commercial Real Estate Videos of the Week

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Michelle Russo, founder and principal of Hotel Asset Value Enhancement, discusses value-add opportunities in the lodging sector with Andrew Benioff of Llenrock Group. (This is Part 3. Visit our YouTube Channel to see the rest!) David Goldfisher, co-founder and principal…

Corporate Real Estate: Assets & Liabilities

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Corporations own real estate. Corporations lease real estate. Regardless of the particular sector in which it operates–retail, pharmaceuticals, technology, finance, and so on–a company’s value and performance is greatly tied to its real estate holdings, the value of its leases,…

Commercial Real Estate Week in Review

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Week in Review for March 15-21: Weak U.S. Inflation, Housing Data Point to Sluggish Growth: Some analysts attribute February’s sluggish economic growth to the harsh winter that hit much of the country. Some predict that warmer spring weather will create a…

Gauging Risk in a Changing Climate

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As I’ve pointed out plenty of times here on the Llenrock Blog, real estate investment–whether commercial or residential–requires a big picture perspective. The performance and value of any property is determined by a great number of economic, cultural, political, and…