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Global Investment in U.S. Real Estate Increased in Q2

As global investor activity picked up in the second quarter, a number of U.S. cities saw more than half a billion dollars each in foreign real estate investment. Jones Lang LaSalle revealed in its most recent Global Capital Flows Report that global transactional volumes rose to $108 billion in Q2 2012, up 24 percent from a worrying dip in activity in Q1. The Americas posted the most activity, contributing $47 billion to the second quarter's overall total.

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Jones Lang LaSalle Hires Capital Markets VP in Jacksonville

Jones Lang LaSalle announced the hiring of Tarik Bateh as VP of Capital Markets in the Jacksonville, Florida office. He will work with the firm's managing directors to help with growth in areas including equity and debt placement, structured finance, joint ventures, investment sales, and advisory projects for all asset types throughout the Southeast.

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Jones Lang LaSalle Adds Industry Veterans to Capital Markets Roster

Jones Lang LaSalle, a financial and professional services firm specializing in real estate, recently added three structured finance experts to its real estate investment banking (REIB) team. William Cavagnaro and Brion Haist joined as EVPs, and Jonathan Morris was hired as a managing director. Cavagmaro and Haist are responsible for advancing the firm's credit tenant lease (CTL) financing program. Morris will provide strategic advisory expertise to the firm's public and private real estate investment trust (REIT) clients.

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Report: Manhattan Hotel Real Estate Transactions to Double in 2011

According to Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels, hotel deal volume in Manhattan will range from $1.9 billion to $2.4 billion in 2011. Manhattan is the most active hotel transaction market in the country, posting the highest growth rates of any major U.S. market in 2010. The report reveals that Manhattan is expected to remain the top U.S. hotel investment market, attracting attention from domestic and off-shore buyers.

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Industry Reports Point to Renewal in Commercial Real Estate Financing

Mortgage bankers originated $110 billion of commercial and multifamily mortgages during 2010 - an increase of 36 percent from 2009, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. A separate report from Jones Lang LaSalle corroborates the trade group's assessment of a resurgence in the financing market and indicates even stronger growth in 2011, even without the predicted surge is distressed sales. Wells Fargo is ranked as the largest servicer of commercial and multifamily mortgages.

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Super Bowl Winner? Jones Lang LaSalle Says It’s All in the CRE Stats

Forget win-loss records, quarterback ratings, and total yardage tallies -- the winner of Sunday's Super Bowl XLV showdown can be predicted most accurately by analyzing the prevailing commercial real estate climate in the opposing teams' hometowns, according to Jones Lang LaSalle. Based on historical analysis of recent Super Bowls, the firm found that teams from cities with a higher percentage of vacant office space have won the Lombardi Trophy nearly two-thirds of the time.

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Jones Lang LaSalle Adds New Managing Director in Orange County

Jones Lang LaSalle has hired Chris Casey as a managing director in Orange County. A 25-year veteran of the commercial real estate industry, Casey will facilitate financings throughout the western region of the country as part of the company's real estate investment banking team responsible for placing debt and equity for all property types.

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