You’ve likely recently heard the term “Brexit”—in the news, on the radio, in conversation—but do you know what it is? In short, on June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom is holding a referendum to determine if there should be a British exit (nicknamed “Brexit”) from the European Union. If adopted, the UK would leave the 28-member coalition government in Brussels, in favor of more economic and political autonomy.
This is a highly controversial move, akin to Texas voting to leave the US, ...
In the fall of 2014, Kurt Shillington at Princeton Properties hired Nova Consulting Group for an energy retrofit of the company’s newly acquired Princeton Dover Apartment Homes. The property is a 5.84-acre parcel hosting 10 three-story buildings with 125 garden-style apartments and a stand-alone management-leasing office. It is located close to downtown Dover, New Hampshire, and includes amenities such as a swimming pool, a tot lot, an exercise room, and generous amounts of open space. Heat at the property is provided ...
Investors expect 2016 to be another great year for commercial real estate, as noted in KPMG LLP‘s 2016 Real Estate Industry Outlook Survey.
Succinctly put, Phil Marra, national real estate funds leader with KPMG, told Commercial Property Executive, “Respondents to our survey remain cautiously optimistic about the real estate investment environment in 2016.”
KPMG queried senior executives across the industry, and on the topic of real estate fundamentals in 2016…well, there couldn’t be a more positive group. A whopping 91 percent of respondents expect ...
It’s sometimes difficult for a lender to determine the extent of due diligence necessary when funding a construction project. When engaging a consultant, you are looking for a partner and guide through the pre-construction, construction, and closing stages of a project. You want the deal started on the right foot. Therefore, whether you are affiliated with a larger lending institution with an internal engineering department or your construction lending is handled on a case-by-case basis, it is important to have a trusted ...
We have turned to Ryan Severino, Senior Economist and Director of Research at Reis, Inc., to opine upon the current market and offer some guidance and insight. We always enjoy and value hearing Ryan's outlook and hope you appreciate his "cautious optimism."
The New Year certainly has gotten off to an inauspicious beginning. With equity and commodity markets gyrating, fear has crept into the US economy and the real estate markets. However, as we look forward to what 2016 holds, we need to ...
Fannie Mae is offering several different loan products to encourage borrowers to include energy efficiency measures in a renovation scope. Loans are available for new construction, rehab, and as a supplemental financing source. Below is a quick summary of each loan product:
Green Building Certification:
Fannie Mae is granting a 10 basis point reduction in the interest rate of a multifamily refinance, acquisition, or supplemental mortgage loan for properties with a recognized green certification. These certifications include Energy Star, LEED, and Enterprise Communities, among ...
Nova ran a virtual food drive in November and December and invited you to participate. Here are the results!
Over $1,000 was raised via clicks on the link in our holiday e-blasts. Thank you!!
Funds were donated to the ECO Soup Kitchen located in Saratoga Springs, NY in memory of Jennifer Warner. According to staff at the soup kitchen, the funds donated will provide approximately 250 meals.
Learn more about the ECO Soup Kitchen here.
Additionally, $350 in food, mostly fresh produce, was purchased and ...