In 2014 Ryan Williams founded Cadre now, Williams and friend, alongside a slew of a-list investors who have plowed $68.3 million into Cadre. Today, Cadre is an invitation-only platform that directly connects high-net-worth and institutional investors to commercial and multi-family real estate deals. This idea is bigger than the wealthy staying wealthy but rather Williams stating that “Cadre started because I shared the belief that there needed to be a way for everyday people to access real estate.”
The Fed survey of senior loan officers of 69 domestic banks and 21 foreign banks found standards were tightened on all types of commercial real estate loans. Some Fed officials, like Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren, are worried that a bubble may have formed in the sector as interest rates have stayed close to zero since late 2008.
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The United States is still a top destination for foreign real estate buyers despite increasing government scrutiny over the past year. With respect to commercial real estate, the United States is still the largest market for cross-border investments. In 2016, as of September, transactions exceeded $50 billion.
Rising home prices in Texas are not slowing down buyers. For example, in San Antonio, the median home price grew 7 percent, to $206,500. Home sales there also increased 7 percent from the previous year. Also, Austin and Dallas-Fort Worth continue to show up on every top real estate investing list, proving just how hot Texas is.