Lenders' Insatiable Appetite for Commercial Real Estate
Euro Investors Slow Investment Into New York City Commercial Market | by Tom Acitelli | Manhattan’s commercial property market will see less investment from Eurozone countries in 2012, as the continent continues to struggle with it sovereign debt crisis, writes Tom Acitelli.
European banks are undercapitalized, adds Sam Chandan, and many of them are in the position of having to increase their capital cushions. They generally have two choices to do that: they can find equity, or they can sell some assets.
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