Monthly Archives: August 2009
Funds and Firms Struggle with Re-Assessing Values Following Worst Recession in Nearly a Century By Mark Heschmeyer August 26, 2009 While signs of a tentative recovery in the economy continued to appear, including reports issued this week on the fourth-consecutive … Continue reading
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By Randyl Drummer The Federal Reserve this week extended the emergency program to help jumpstart credit markets by providing loans to buy bonds backed by commercial real estate mortgages. CRE capital market participants and industry advocates said the added time … Continue reading
Many Investors Are Still Waiting Out the Storm Before Taking a Risk on the Distressed Real Estate Assets (Part 1 of a 2-Part Article) By Mark Heschmeyer August 5, 2009 Angela Miller runs her own real estate investment and … Continue reading
If your referrals run dry, chances are you’re going to have to turn to cold calling to bring in new business. That may seem daunting, and you might consider hiring an agency to make the calls for you, but it’s … Continue reading
Paul McCulley | July 2009 Managing Director, PIMCO The whole world, it seems, is wrapped around the axle about exit strategies from putatively unsustainable policies: (1) the Fed’s bloated balance sheet, with some $800 billion of excess reserves sloshing ‘round … Continue reading