Edward Fernandez, President and CEO of 1031 Crowdfunding, offers his views on negative leverage and lending in the real estate industry. Fernandez explains how negative leverage is becoming more common with commercial real estate deals: “As far as the negative leverage situation, the only way that real estate transactions will continue to happen is that sellers are going to have to adjust their pricing so that leverages are either at par equal or move into a positive leverage situation,” says Fernandez.
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