Lenders' Insatiable Appetite for Commercial Real Estate
Treasury Yield Dips In Spite of Positive Jobs Data | by Matt Valley | Borrowers with a low cost of capital are living the dream, writes RE Business Editor Matt Valley. The yield on the ten-year Treasury fell four basis points to close at 1.96 percent on Friday, helping to keep borrowing costs at historic lows for well-qualified commercial real estate investors and underscoring that Treasuries remain a safe haven in an uncertain world.
A slowly improving U.S. economy combined with a weak outlook for the financially troubled Euro Zone continues to draw capital to the United States, according to Sam Chandan.
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