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Commercial Real Estate (CRE) has been a frequent topic in recent headlines, with concerns about navigating potential issues related to CRE loans taking center stage. However, is it all doom and gloom, especially in the Office sector, which has been heavily impacted by the pandemic?
During a discussion with Michael Denis, Head of Private Capital Group at Cushman & Wakefield, Mark Hesser, President & CEO of Pinnacle Bancorp, which has $18.5 billion in assets, and Jack Hopkins, the President & CEO of CorTrust Bank, which has $1.6 billion in assets, explored important issues in the world of commercial real estate. Their goal was to discover valuable insights on today’s most urgent topics in this field.
In this exchange, the bank CEOs held a meaningful dialogue with Michael Denis, the Head of Private Capital Group at Cushman & Wakefield. Together, they posed pertinent questions that cut to the heart of latest trends in Commercial Real Estate, spanning various sectors such as Office, Retail, Multi-Family, and Industrial, while also diving into regional dynamics. Cushman & Wakefield, a leading authority in the field, generously shared valuable insights. These included perspectives on vacancy rates, innovative ways to repurpose vacant properties, cap rates, the challenges posed by rising construction costs, and a host of other crucial factors that are currently shaping the CRE landscape.
00:41 | Introduction of panelists
02:34 | Office Sector National Trends and Fundamentals
09:42 | Retail Sector trends
30:02 | Multi-Family National Trends and Fundamentals
44:48 | Industrial Trends
49:23 | General CRE Trends Q/A
54:30 | CEO Talent Views
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