Capdominus Reports Increased Commercial Financing in Q4

first_img Share Colorado-based “”Capdominus””:, the largest Web-based capital markets platform for commercial real estate (CRE) finance, announced that the total volume of CRE financings on its platform has turned up sharply in the final months of the year.[IMAGE]According to the company, volume on its platform rose 77 percent in the first 45 days of Q4 versus Q3. In addition, the total number of financings has increased 46.5 percent [COLUMN_BREAK]over the same period, signaling an expected increase in year-end financing activity.The increase appears to be driven by multifamily property financing, according to Capdominus’ transaction metrics. Multifamily properties represent more than one-third of pending transactions, three times that of any other property type.Additionally, more than half of the proposed financings are stabilized properties, with 40 percent split evenly between ground-up construction and value-add repositioning projects. Most proposed financings of development and repositioning projects are limited to the core markets, while more than 60 percent of the financings for properties outside of the core markets are either multifamily properties or fully-leased retail properties.Since Capdominus’ launch in July 2012, the company reports more than $5 billion in CRE debt and equity financings have been marketed on its platform, and more than 18,000 commercial mortgage lenders and real estate private equity funds are now represented on its network. Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Commercial Real Estate Company News Investors Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2012-11-28 Tory Barringer November 28, 2012 482 Views center_img in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing Capdominus Reports Increased Commercial Financing in Q4last_img

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