Surprisingly, 2021 has been a good year for real estate, despite the challenges resulting from the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the July riots and the contraction in gross domestic product (GDP) in the third quarter. In March 2020, at the start of the lockdown, most people in the industry predicted thatRead More →

“Edge” Observation Deck at Hudson Yards, 51 West 52nd Street & 1177 Sixth Avenue (edgenyc.com, silversteinproperties.com, Wikipedia) Manhattan’s 10 largest home loans recorded in October totaled $2.1 billion, about double September’s total but below the August fold of $3.2 billion. The October loans included a cash refinance, acquisition loans forRead More →

Lawrence Agcaoili – The Filipino Star November 2, 2021 | 00:00 MANILA, Philippines – Senior loan officers at Philippine banks are seeing an increase in demand for home loans in the current quarter as borrowers take advantage of the low interest rate regime and continued recovery from the recession causedRead More →

Office buildings in Manhattan accounted for most major refinance loans in August (LH Charney Associates Inc., Paramount Group Inc., City Realty, 1450 Broadway, Terminal Warehouse; Photo illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal) Manhattan’s ten largest home loans in August totaled $3.2 billion, nearly triple July’s $1.2 billion. ARead More →

Enab Baladi – Jana al-Issa Three out of six state-owned banks in Syria provide mortgages. However, although the terms and conditions set by banks for home loan approvals are difficult to adhere to, the Syrian regime continues to promote “their great advantages” in securing funds to stimulate the real estateRead More →

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Better, one of the fastest growing digital homeownership companies in the United States, today announced the expansion of its real estate arm, Best Real Estate (BRE), to Alabama and Michigan. The expansion makes Better Real Estate’s in-house brokerage available to home buyers and sellers in 26 markets inRead More →

DENVER, Colo., April 28, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Alternative Finance Network (AFN), a leading provider of financing for the cannabis industry led by Marijuana Money Man, Scott Jordan, announces its new lending partner for the single-digit real estate loans. The partnership will allow AFN to offer bank-like rates, resulting inRead More →

1440 Broadway and One Park Avenue (Google Maps, Vornado) Manhattan’s 10 largest home loans recorded in March totaled $1.95 billion, more than double February’s total and about the same as January’s. For the fifth time since September, the commercial mortgage-backed securities market produced the largest loans of the month. TheRead More →

WASHINGTON, March 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — With so many inspiring changes underway, Avanti Real Estate Services, Inc., one of the district’s oldest African-American-owned real estate brokerage and development companies, has launched a redesigned website to help newcomers Washington and those seeking to further establish themselves in the local market. “WithRead More →

Left to right: 410 Tenth Avenue, 100 Park Avenue, 230 East 20th Street, 30 Morningside Drive, SL Green’s Marc Holliday (Photos via Google Maps, Getty, Gramercy Square, 30 Morningside Drive/Illustration by Kevin Rebong for TRD) Manhattan’s 10 largest loans recorded in January totaled $1.95 billion, down 7% from December’s total.Read More →

Landlords have been scrambling to get debt relief from hotels, stores, office buildings and other commercial properties that were mostly vacant during the past two months of U.S. shutdowns, with d other misfortunes on the horizon. There are now $32 billion in commercial real estate loans on ‘special duty’ inRead More →