Therese Fitzgerald has nearly 20 years experience writing and editing commercial real estate content. She got her start writing about the New York City market with Real Estate Weekly and later joined CPE’s predecessor publication, Commercial Property News, where she held various positions including editor in chief. In addition to working on the CPE and MHN websites, she edits CPE's Capital Markets Newsletter and MHN's Finance & Investment Newsletter. Tune into her Sustainability Street podcast on CPE.

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COVID Migration Wave Widened Housing Gaps

Up For Growth’s new report shows that significantly more communities are unable to adequately house their residents.

Live From the MHN Excellence Awards: RKW’s Marcie Williams

The property management company CEO tells MHN Executive Editor Paul Rosta about exciting changes at her firm.

Video Coverage of the 2022 MHN Excellence Awards

Live interviews with award winners and attendees.

Live from the 2022 MHN Excellence Awards: Gables’ Allison Gosser

Watch the firm’s design manager discuss award-winning projects with MHN Executive Editor Paul Rosta.

Live from the 2022 Excellence Awards: ZOM Living’s Andrew Cretal

MHN Executive Editor Paul Rosta chats with Cretal on the company’s award-winning Maizon Bethesda project.

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Live from 2022 MHN Excellence Awards: Bozzuto’s Nancy Goldsmith

Watch as MHN’s Paul Rosta interviews the Bozzuto Management executive at our annual awards party.

Chris Callahan on Increased Demand for Specialty Financing in Multifamily

X-Caliber’s Chris Callahan on how volatility and the hyper-focus on ESG means more opportunity for firms like his.

How the Housing Shortage Became a Crisis

The dramatic rise in underproduction is a key factor, according to a report from Up for Growth.

Enterprise Closes $342M LIHTC Fund

The company plans to raise a total of four vehicles this year.

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How Proptech Can Help Put the S and G in ESG

MHN Executive Editor Therese Fitzgerald interviews Christopher Yip of RET Ventures on the company’s latest proptech fund and its ‘collaborative’ approach to investing.