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History of US Yield Curve Inversions

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Q3 spike in loans with negative leverage signals how commercial real estate dealmaking is changing

By Ashley Fahey  –  Editor, The National Observer: Real Estate Edition, Nov 2, 2022 Updated Nov 2, 2022, 11:21am PDT Negative leverage in the commercial real estate market seen in the third quarter hasn’t reached similar levels since the 1980s. That’s according to an analysis by New York-based Moody’s Analytics Inc., which found the share of commercial mortgage-backed securities loans […]

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Comparing the Speed of U.S. Interest Rates Hike

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Ranked: 30 housing markets where values are cooling the fastest — or even declining

By Ashley Fahey  –  Editor, The National Observer: Real Estate Edition Oct 26, 2022 Some were booming before the Covid-19 pandemic hit. Others shot up in popularity arguably because of the pandemic. A few have been slow-but-steady-growth markets for some time. The national housing market slowdown has been one of the headlining stories of 2022, after a […]

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Nearly 500 housing units pitched for South Fremont BART station

By Sarah Klearman  –  Staff Reporter, San Francisco Business Times Aug 22, 2022 Updated Aug 22, 2022, 4:56pm PDT The longtime owners of nearly 10 acres adjacent to the Warm Springs/South Fremont BART station have big plans for the land. They have proposed building nearly 500 multifamily units and townhomes on Lopes Road and Warm Springs Boulevard, about a block […]

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Fremont, CA Industrial Trends 2010 to 2021

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Hines Purchases 5 Industrial Buildings in Fremont

By Catherine Sweeney  July 6, 2022 After it was recently placed on the market in April, a 148,100 square-foot industrial complex in Fremont has sold for $54.6 million, or roughly $368 per square foot. The property, known as Fremont Business Center, was purchased by Houston-based commercial real estate investment company Hines, according to reporting from The […]

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Industrial space is a hot commodity in Silicon Valley

By Chelsea Nguyen-Fleige  –  Reporter, Silicon Valley Business Journal Jun 2, 2022 The exceedingly tight market for industrial space in Silicon Valley isn’t likely to ease up any time soon, according to a new report. Just 579,000 square feet of warehouse or manufacturing space is slated to be completed by the end of this year, brokerage firm CBRE […]

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These 20 cities had the highest home prices in the Bay Area in Q1

https://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/2022/04/29/these-20-cities-have-the-bay-areas-priciest-homes.html?utm_source=st via @svbizjournal

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How did Cupertino’s Vallco mall become ‘The Rise’?

By Rosellen “Rosie” Downey  –  Lead Researcher, Silicon Valley Business Journal Apr 15, 2022 Updated Apr 15, 2022, 8:37am PDT Vallco, the beleaguered former retail center in Cupertino, has a new redevelopment plan dubbed “The Rise.” To see all of the twists and turns in its long Silicon Valley history, check out the timeline of the events that led […]

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