I recently attended the Colliers’ Gaining the Edge National Industrial Conference in Scottsdale, an event that left me with a sense of optimism. The conference spanned two days of insightful discussions on key industry trends and complex economic issues affecting the industry and its businesses.
It has been some time since our last special report. Each special report we have written highlights a pressing and urgent topic that is germane to real estate, and usually, the multifamily market in the United States.
After assembling a business plan for a multifamily investment and completing the underwriting, it’s time to begin monitoring performance. Keeping a close eye on reporting for the asset will aid in measuring the health of the investment.
We write to you today on the heels of the Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and Signature Bank failures. A combination of a significant increase in short-term interest rates, regulatory oversight, and deposit outflows quickly undermined two very large banks, very quickly.
In Lucern Capital Partners’ Annual Outlook 2023, Frank Forte shares his views on the general U.S. economy and the real estate market.
The end of 2022 has taken professional investing’s reputation on a rough ride. Hardly a week goes by without prominent headlines that highlight the epic implosion of yet another high-flying, over-hyped company. Why do so many highly-experienced investors fall for the hype? How can these smart people get duped by “visionaries”? Let’s learn from these cautionary investment tales and consider the vital role of due diligence.
For EisnerAmper’s Trends Watch, Frank Forte provided his thoughts on the future of multifamily real estate and Lucern’s approach to value-add investing.
In Lucern Capital Partners’ Special Report: 2021 State of Affairs, Frank Forte reports that the predicted asset class winner from this crisis is multifamily. The asset class is expected to have the lowest current and cumulative default rates.