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Q3 2014 Investment & Debt Trends Chandan's Q3 2014 apartment lending and investment trends report is available now on the client site.

GlobeSt

Lenders' Insatiable Appetite for Commercial Real Estate

Erika Morpy writes — The commercial real estate lending community shows no signs of scaling back its appetite for business, according to the Fall 2014 Survey of Commercial Real Estate Lender Sentiment, a report issued by the Real Estate Lenders Association and Chandan Economics. In fact certain providers, such as CMBS lenders and life companies are expected to grow their market share.

CNBC Street Signs

Momentum in the US Jobs Market

Sam Chandan speaks with CNBC ahead of the October jobs report. The labor market is improving and job numbers may come in ahead of expectations, however continued weakness in wages and income are factoring into the Fed's overall assessment.

Bloomberg Businessweek

Redeveloping New York Factories Into Small Business Hubs

Erin Zlomek writes — When furniture designer Kristen Wentrcek moved her business into a shuttered Pfizer plant in Brooklyn, N.Y., she changed the light bulbs herself and used power tools to rip out a bank of metal pill cabinets.

Read the full article at the Bloomberg Businessweek website.

2014.08.21

CNBC Street Signs

A Pending Recession? Five Years Into Recovery, Timing the Business Cycle

CNBC Squawk Box Asia

Is the American Labor Market Finally on the Mend?

Ahead of the Bureau of Labor Statistics' January employment report, Sam Chandan discusses current trends in the labor market. Chandan contends the Fed made an error in tying expectations for monetary policy to the unemployment rate, a highly ambiguous measure of job market health.

Replay is not currently available.

02.06.2014

Realtor Magazine

Warehouses Becoming Boon for Commercial Real Estate

Warehouses are becoming a commercial real estate boon, as more retailers beef up their online business. Online retailers such as Amazon are leading the trend, snapping up spaces for smaller distribution centers near major urban areas in an effort to get products closer to where people live, says Sam Chandan of Chandan Economics.