Cheyne Capital, a London-based hedge fund, is launching its third commercial real estate debt fund. President Stuart Fiertz told REFI that the Cheyne Real Estate Credit Holdings Fund III will mostly focus on originating loans, but will retain the flexibility to invest in bonds. “Something that starts out as a loan could morph into a bond via the commercial mortgage-backed securities market. We don’t want to forego that,” he said.
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Jul 03, 2014 - Samantha Rowan
Although it’s not quite hurricane season, JLL is issuing a call to action for tenants and property managers to be on top of emergency preparedness.
Jun 26, 2014 - Samantha Rowan
A joint venture between Oak Coast Properties and Redhill Realty has acquired One Dartmouth Place Apartments, a 418-unit apartment complex in Denver.
More borrowers are expected to tap the commercial mortgage-backed securities market to refinance existing CMBS 2.0 loans as property values continue to rise.
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