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Commercial Mortgage Startup Lev Raises $30M in Funding

Lev, a commercial real estate financing transaction platform, has raised $30 million in a deal valuing the New York-based startup at $130 million. So reports TechCrunch. Read more...

KKR Bets $8B on 'Roaring' Commercial-Property Loan Market

KKR & Co., best known as a private equity investor, has pledged itself to $8 billion in commercial property lending so far in 2021. So reports Bloomberg. Read more...

Fix-and-Flip Market Is So Hot, a 'Slice of Hell' Gets Cash Offers

In a sign of the frenzied demand for dilapidated properties that investors can fix and flip, a $600,000 home described by its real estate agent as a “little slice of hell” has received multiple offers. So reports MarketWatch. Read more...

Surging Home Prices Drive Flippers Out of Market

Amid low supply and high prices in the housing market, home flippers have been sitting on their hands to the greatest extent in more than 20 years. So reports Bloomberg. Read more...

Commercial Mortgage Delinquencies Dip to Pandemic-Era Low

Delinquency rates for commercial and multifamily property mortgages kept declining in May 2021, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. So reports World Property Journal. Read more...

Reviving Crisis Move, Investors Eye Commercial Real Estate Bonds

Taking a page out of money managers’ playbook during the financial crisis, some investors are targeting commercial mortgage-backed securities, aiming to buy distressed properties, fix them up and flip them for substantial gains. So reports Bloomberg. Read more...

Regulators Eye Wholesale Flippers in Poor Neighborhoods

States and municipalities across America are tightening the reins on wholesale flippers, who advocates for the poor say are sometimes using aggressive tactics and misinformation to trick distressed homeowners in low-income neighborhoods. So reports Bloomberg. Read more...

Investors Pile Into Commercial Real Estate Despite Empty Spaces

High-rise offices are still mostly vacant, hotels have plenty of rooms and malls are languishing, but you wouldn’t know it by the state of the commercial real estate market. So reports The Wall Street Journal. Read more...

Overseas Investors to Boost U.S. Commercial Real Estate Stakes

Over the next three to five years, most international real estate investors plan to boost their investment in U.S. real estate, a survey has found. So reports Pensions & Investments. Read more...

Judge Shoots Down CDC’s Eviction Moratorium

Landlords have scored a victory after a federal judge overturned a pandemic eviction moratorium put in place by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. So reports CNN. Read more...

Biden Tax Proposal Would Cap Break for Property Flippers

President Joe Biden’s $1.8 trillion plan to expand educational opportunities and child care for families, which would be funded by tax hikes on wealthy Americans, calls for limiting a tax break for real estate investors. So reports MarketWatch. Read more...

Morningstar Parries Lawsuit Over Commercial Mortgage Ratings

Morningstar has asked a judge to throw out a Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit concerning the company’s ratings of commercial mortgage-backed securities. So reports Reuters. Read more...

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