By Glenn P. Murray, Executive Director of NOI Strategies
MAXIMIZING THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF YOUR ‘OTHER’ ASSETS
Buildings aren’t the only growth assets managed by commercial real estate companies. They manage cash. And lot’s of it.
The Real Estate treasury management function is in many ways a business within a business. And like any other asset, treasury needs to be proactively managed, properly forecasted, and readily adapted to market changes in order to maximize its financial performance.
The commercial real estate industry collects over $485B in rent and other income transactions per year in the US alone.* Combine this with outbound cash flows and inter-company cash movements, then add up all of the operating, reserve, security deposit, and investment account balances, and you have an annual domestic real estate cash flow pool that easily tops $1T.