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Equipment and CRE, Loans vs Leasing: What’s the Better Choice in a Rising Rate Environment?

As of May 2022, annual inflation hit 8.6%, and the Fed hiked interest rates by .75%, begging questions about the future of CRE and equipment loans. Find out more as we pick apart CRE loans, diving into what business leaders across all branches of industry need to know moving forward. For those looking to expand or even break ground, …

2022 Construction Industry Outlook: The Pros and Cons of the US Infrastructure Bill

The recently passed Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) has brought a sigh of relief to anyone involved in the construction industry. Over the last two year, this industry has been plagued by Covid strains, labor shortages, and a turbulent geopolitical landscape—all of which leave their mark and marring growth within the sector. Read more …

Clients Making an International Impact and Serving Communities

From floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, typhoons and humanitarian crises, our international team members are often the first people on the ground with medical teams, medical supplies, equipment and hygiene health products. This charity organization doesn’t wait for the wind to blow or a disaster to strike—they are …

How Temporary Is the Industrial Warehouse Shortage? CRE Experts Explain

While 2022 may be a good year for industrial warehouse developers, the ongoing supply chain and shipping crisis make it a real catch-22. How can industrial warehouse developers navigate the future?   When we think about pandemic-related shortages, we usually first turn to semiconductor foundries, or the parking lot of container ships …

Commercial Construction Costs and Inflation: A Guide for CRE Developers

Commercial construction costs hinge on two primary categories: materials and skilled labor. Therefore, when both are in short supply and more expensive, already small profit margins contract even further. To counteract rising costs, many CRE firms simply raise their prices—which could further negatively affect the industry.   First, …