As residents continue to flock to the Boston metro area for its attractive amenities and job market, JPMorgan Chase supports multifamily clients by providing streamlined, low-fee lending opportunities.Read article about Finding a Cycle-Tested Investment Stronghold in Boston Multifamily
As anticipated, the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates today. Here's what commercial real estate investors need to know to prepare for 2018, when three more increases are anticipated.Read article about Interest Rate Normalization Continues
Priscilla Almodovar, Co-Head of Real Estate Banking, discusses how the firm is working alongside government officials to provide equal opportunities in housing.View video about Partnering to Enrich Communities
What investors in Northern California should be mindful of to drive lasting success—including the state of the economy, rising interest rates and more.Read article about What’s Impacting Multifamily Investors in the Bay Area?
The Chief Economist at Reis, Victor Calanog, shared his perspective on what multifamily investors in California should be mindful of to drive lasting success—including tax reform, interest rates, underlying demographics and more.Read article about Insights for the Savvy Investor on California’s Multifamily Outlook
At its September meeting, the Federal Reserve left the federal funds rate unchanged, but it will begin normalizing its balance sheet—which could affect interest rates.Read article about What Might Balance Sheet Normalization Mean for Investors?
JPMorgan Chase & Co. pledged $150 million to support Detroit’s revitalization, and Commercial Banking’s Priscilla Almodovar is helping develop the plan.View video about Smarter Faster: How to Help Detroit’s Recovery
Find out some of the top factors impacting today's commercial real estate market, including the impact of millennials and more.View video about What's Unique About Today's Commercial Real Estate Market?
The Fed moved to raise rates at its March meeting, picking up the pace of its interest rate normalization program. Find out what this means for commercial real estate investors.Read article about Is Interest Rate Normalization the New Normal?
Where are we in the current cycle? How is the real estate landscape different today? How are different asset classes and regions performing? Get the answers to these questions and more from our Head of Commercial Real Estate, Al Brooks, and Head Economist, Jim Glassman.View video about The State of the Commercial Real Estate Market
Insights from Reis Chief Economist on everything from the new administration and tax reform to where we are in the current real estate cycle.Read article about NYC’s Multifamily Outlook in Today’s Dynamic Marketplace
How commercial property owners and investors can position themselves for success in 2017 and beyond.Read article about What Commercial Property Owners in NYC Need to Know in 2017
Find out what the current economic environment—and rising interest rates—mean for commercial real estate investors and owners.Read article about The Upside of Rising Rates for Commercial Real Estate Investors
Seven key economic trends to watch for in 2017.Learn more about 2017 Economic Outlook
Find out what may be impacting NYC’s multifamily market in 2017—including interest rates, technology and more.Read article about What Multifamily Owners in NYC Need to Know in 2017
Learn how Chase works with ArtsConnection to provide access to the arts for millions of children across New York City.View video about Building Relationships and Communities
Multifamily owners and investors should evaluate how they can change their business model to better serve their current and prospective tenants.Read article about G2 and the Transformation of New York Real Estate
Are rising interest rates a threat to the health of the economy?View video about Will Rising Interest Rates Derail the Recovery?
Judy Guarino, Northeast Regional Manager for Chase Commercial Mortgage Lending, discusses turning small loans into big dreams with Commercial Observer.Read article about Chasing Big Dreams With Small Loans