Credit unions get busy with commercial lending

July 12, 2011

Credit unions are expanding to fill a void in business lending left by banks since the financial crisis. As banks have been slow to start lending again, credit unions have gotten a head start

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Landlord Concessions Complicate Appraisal Process in Tough Economic Times

May 26, 2011

During more stable economic times, the technique for calculating vacancy rates for a commercial property appraisal was simple. For the most part, appraisers divided the number of vacant rental units at a property by the total number of rentable units to determine the vacancy rate

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U.S. Commercial Property Prices Fell for Second Straight Month in January

March 30, 2011

U.S. commercial property prices slipped for the second straight month in January, as distressed real estate sales weighed on values, according to Moody’s Investors Service.

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