Everything we do is underpinned by proprietary analytical tools and methodologies – then battletested by an in-house team of research analysts and real estate capital market experts. We believe that this combination provides Amherst Capital with an information advantage and differentiated perspective into the fundamentals driving performance.
Bergman RE, partners buy 160K sq. ft. Princeton office building from Mack-Cali
PRINCETON, N.J., - January 11, 2021 - A joint venture between three real estate firms has acquired a Princeton office building, it announced recently.Read More
Amherst Appoints Gillian Sutton Cho as Chief Operating Officer of Investment Management
AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – Firm Continues to Strengthen its Best-in-Class Investor Platform, Addressing Market Inefficiencies and Unlocking Opportunities in Residential and Commercial Real EstateRead More
Amherst Expands Senior Leadership Team
AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Appointment of Former Katerra, Reology, and G6 Hospitality Executives to Enhance the Firm's Suite of Real Estate Products and Accelerate Expansion in New Construction and Consumer Facing BusinessesRead More
Amherst Market Commentary – COVID-19 Relief Helps Some, Leaves Over Half of Households Vulnerable
Market Update - May 2020Click Here to Download
Amherst Market Commentary - Coronavirus: Don't Forget America's 43.8 Million Renters
Market Update - March 2020Click Here to Download
2020 Market Outlook – U.S. Real Estate
Market Update – December 2019Click Here to Download
This paper examines real estate market fundamentals and key themes to watch in 2020.
"Meet the A.I. Landlord That's Building a Single-Family-Home Empire"
Fortune – June 2019 Data science helped Amherst Holdings CEO Sean Dobson make a fortune in the housing crash. Now he's deploying A.I. to profit from properties that most investors wouldn’t touch.Read More
“Amherst Capital Lends $23M for Macy’s Store Repositioning in Nanuet, NY”
Commercial Observer – March 2019 Amherst Capital Management has provided $23 million in debt to a joint venture led by Metropolitan Realty Associates to reposition a former Macy’s department store in Nanuet, NY, Commercial Observer has learned. The three-year acquisition and construction loan went to MRA and its equity partner Angelo Gordon & Co. for the duo to redevelop the site, modernizing it in preparation for a Macy’s departure.Read More
U.S. commercial real estate still undervalued compared with U.S. stocks
Institutional Real Estate, Inc. – May 2019Click Here to Download
Recently, Jonathan A. Schein, managing director of global business development at Institutional Real Estate, Inc., spoke with Abbe Franchot Borok, head of originations at Amherst Capital Management, the commercial real estate lending business of Amherst. The following is an excerpt of that conversation.
“Stuck in the Middle: Smaller Boutique Hotels Are the Odd Ones Out”
Commercial Observer – February 2019Read More
Boutique hotels have a Goldilocks problem.
Hotel financiers must decide whether a lending opportunity is too big, too small or just right.
For many, boutique and independent hotels in the $30 million and under range are firmly on the “too small” side and are viewed as riskier investments. For others, this creates a unique lending niche where the risk-return reward is . . . juuuuust right.
With the market slowing and hotel room supply outpacing demand in some of the country’s major markets, it’s more costly to be a boutique borrower today. That’s coupled with the fact that lenders are shying away from non-branded hotels or ones that don’t demonstrate a surefire record of success.
1. Provided through a consulting agreement with Amherst Capital