46 results for “BMO Harris Bank”
Retail N Illinois

As interest rates rise, commercial financing enters a new phase

| Dan Rafter

No one knows yet just what kind of president Donald Trump will be. But one immediate result of his election was a quick rise in interest rates. And that has already brought a change to way developers and investors are borrowing money to fund their commercial real estate developments and acquisitions.

Multifamily Midwest

New housing, retail project breaks ground in Woodlawn

| Staff Writer

City of Chicago Deputy Mayor Andrea Zopp joined Ald. Willie Cochran and Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) representatives to celebrate the ground breaking for Trianon Lofts, the first predominantly market rate rental housing to be constructed in Woodlawn in more than 50 years.

Hospitality N Illinois

Four benchmarks for evaluating new hotel projects

| Staff Writer

The hospitality sector is in the sixth year of a bull run after the 2009-2010 economic downturn. Most markets across the country are enjoying record-high occupancies, while daily room rates and top-line revenue growth have been strong. It’s been exciting times and all good news, but there’s more downside risk today than there was a few year…

Multifamily v Wisconsin

BMO Harris Bank’s Petrovski, Liautaud: Apartments still the top-performing asset class across Midwest

| Dan Rafter

New apartment towers continue to spring up in the urban areas – and suburbs – of the Midwest’s biggest cities. And two commercial finance pros with BMO Harris Bank – John Petrovski, managing director and head of U.S. commercial real estate, and Kim Liautaud, managing director in charge of the Chicago real estate lending team – said that dem…

CRE Midwest

Finance industry is healthy as it moves beyond the downturn

| B. Herron

According to John Petrovski, Managing Director | Head of United States Commercial Real Estate at BMO Harris Bank, the finance industry enjoyed—what he calls—mid-cycle acceleration. By that Petrovski means the market has moved beyond the downturn and is comfortably in the middle innings of the real estate cycle.

CRE Midwest

Are handshake deals still good?

| Staff Writer

Most lawyers and many non-lawyers are familiar with the statute of frauds and its requirement that agreements involving “the sale of lands” must be in writing.