Mortgage Bankers Association – Continued Growth in 2012

 In California, Columbus, Commercial, investing, Lending, Santa Monica

Commercial real estate lenders are expecting to build on a very good 2011 with a stronger 2012.  Barring international shocks such as a war with Iran or disruption in oil supplies, 2012 should see a loan volume in the range of $230 billion, up 17% from 2011, and continue to rise to $290 billion by 2015

“We’re in a period of stability. Everyone is talking about increasing volume. Barring a major dislocation in capital markets, it should be a strong year,” said Tom Fish, executive managing director with Jones Lang LaSalle’s Americas Real Estate Investment Banking division.

Leveraged yields are very attractive with 10 year treasuries under 2%.  The CMBS market that started to trickle back in 2010 will open to secondary markets and properties.

If we manage the basics, we should be off to a very good year.

NREI Online – Conference Coverage – MBA Attendees Expect Continued Growth in 2012

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