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Some Thoughts On The Yield Curve and Rates Ahead

Some Thoughts On The Yield Curve and Rates Ahead 2/7/21 by Chuck Cronin The stock market closed out last week on another winning week, the major averages posting their best showing since November. For Real Estate borrowers and investors however, a fundamentally more important development occurred last week, the yield curve—(the graph of Treasuries from […]

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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CARES ACT The Federal Government has enacted the CARES Act to provide relief to small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 disaster.  For more information from the Treasury Department regarding the CARES Act and Assistance being offered for small businesses visit the Treasury Department’s website: Treasury Department’s website link We wanted to also be […]

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Beware of Potential Disruptions for Title Due to Covid-19

Beware of Potential Disruptions for Title Due to Covid-19 3/25/2020 by David Lewis Title companies in NY and throughout the country are starting to experience disruption in their ability to search and record documents due to the current Covid-19 situation and calls for further social distancing to slow the spread of this virus.  Contributing factors […]

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Bruno joins Axiom Capital as senior vice president of business development

Pier-Luca Bruno has joined Axiom Capital Corp. as senior vice president of business development. Bruno is responsible for developing and managing existing and new client relationships. He will partner with clients to provide the best and most creative solutions in value added financing and investment strategies for all commercial property types. Bruno will service clients […]

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The Current Yield Curve and CRE Investment Decisions

The September 17th, 2018 edition of our Rate Watch included some critical historical perspectives related to interest rates and the often-predictive YIELD CURVE. For Commercial Real Estate (CRE) investors both short and long-term rates drive decision making. Assets that require greater flexibly are often financed with floating rate or shorter 3 to 5-year treasury indexed […]

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