As Australia's second-largest shopping center owner found itself unable to refinance billions in bridging debt amid the global credit crisis in 2007, what were its options for debt restructuring?
A private US real estate investment firm is considering its largest development deal in China yet, but how reasonable are its assumptions and does it have reliable and sufficient information?
What other strategies, besides the sale of assets, might one of the world??s largest publicly traded real estate companies consider in order to repay debt?
How should the investors in an office property recapitalize their opportunistic buy?
In a bidding war for the largest US publicly held office REIT, what strategies and financial analyses drove the two rival potential acquirers as well as their target?
What are the due diligence issues that must be considered before bidding on a risky acquisition of an office building?
Which analytic tools are needed for a financial analyst to evaluate the fundamentals of three urban real estate properties and propose an investment recommendation?
Mortgage for 1800 L Street: As a company considers bidding in an auction for a mortgage note at risk for becoming a nonperforming credit, what issues must be considered to create an offer?
During a time of unstable real estate valuations, how might the buyer of a Manhattan office building structure the acquisition, including leasing transactions, to maximize returns?