Multifamily has been the clear standout for a variety of reasons. After that, central business district office and retail, not for every market but for more of the major markets, has been an outperforming in this cycle.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 30, 2012
This insightful info graphic shows the encouraging but cautious trend of commercial real estate property values for the time span of 2006 to 2012. These charts show that the cap rate for most property types have now climbed back to equal or above 2008 levels, with slight variations in each sector.
According to Mr. Dan Fasulo, Managing Director of Research for Real Capital Analytics, "Multifamily has been the clear standout for a variety of reasons. After that, central business district office and retail, not for every market but for more of the major markets, has been an outperforming in this cycle. As expected, the sectors that have lagged are the ones that are most directly linked to the health of the overall economy; I’m thinking retail and industrial. Overall consumer spending is still not back to where it was. And obviously it’s the retailers that are really pushing, or were pushing demands for industrial space."
Real Capital Analytics is a commercial real estate research and consulting firm headquartered in New York, with offices in San Jose, California; London; and Singapore. RCA's core business is tracking the sale and recapitalization of every significant commercial property, both in the United States and around the world.
About Steelhead Capital
Mr. Peter Slaugh founded Steelhead Capital – a San Francisco-based commercial mortgage banking platform – in 1998. Prior to founding Steelhead Capital, Mr. Slaugh originated commercial loan transactions for all property types at GMAC Commercial Mortgage.
Over the last decade, Mr. Slaugh has originated well in excess of $3 billion in commercial real estate debt, mezz debt and equity transactions. His extensive knowledge of the capital markets significantly enhances the his clients’ ability to aggressively leverage acquisition and renovation costs in order to maximize investor returns.
Steelhead Capital brings an extensive network of lending sources, structured finance experience with a focus on acquisitions, and a clear commitment to personalized customer service to investors financing properties in any of the 50 states.
For additional information about Steelhead Capital or to submit a commercial loan request, please contact Mr. Peter Slaugh or visit http://www.steelheadcapital.com.