However, as owners became less willing to part with their assets in 2017, with buyers growing more sensitive to historically low cap
rates, deal volume decreased--even as less supply meant that prices continued to increase.
One clear exception is multifamily--no one seems to have enough of these and they continue to trade at low cap
This indicated that market transactions for the day revolved around the trading of low cap
Although the buyer paid a very low Cap
Rate for the property, there is significant upside rent potential in the future once the J51 and rent regulation agreements expire in the future.
Commercial real estate is seeing ample capital, low cap
rates and high valuations at the moment, but coming regulations could change that, said Matt Galligan, president of CIT Real Estate Finance, Livingston, New Jersey.
Voya says that, given the historically low interest rate environment and low cap
rates on many fixed index annuities, investors are seeing the value of volatility control strategies.
Until interest rates rise and development picks up, STNL investment buildings are expected to remain at historic low cap
NATURAL resources minister Alun Davies has said he will consider what help, if any, to give moorland farmers affected by low CAP
Despite a relatively low cap
on donations--individuals can currently give no more than $1,200 annually--wealthier Canadians carry disproportionate weight in the total aggregate of donation dollars.
It's a design that lets you get powerful quickly, given Guardians' comparatively low cap
While there was a ban on corporate sponsors and relatively low cap
on contributions for the first event 6 Obama reduced the limit to $50,000, down from the $250,000 set by his predecessor George W.
It is an untenable situation that nuclear operators work under a low cap
of liabilities for accidents, they say.