Carson Says 30-Year Mortgage May Not Need a Government Backstop

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Real Estate Executives Favor Industrial, Infrastructure, Multifamily Sectors in 2017

Sarah Borchersen-Keto Commercial real estate executives are upbeat on industrial, infrastructure and multifamily asset classes for 2017, according to the 2017 Real Confidence Executive Index from Altus Group. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original […]

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10 U.S. Markets with Lowest Logistics Yields

CBRE put together a list of cities and regions with the lowest prime yields on logistics assets. Here is a list of markets that made the list. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post […]

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Sears Gets $500 Million Loan, With Real Estate Deal in Mind

Chief Executive Officer Eddie Lampert has agreed to loan the company $500 million, secured by Sears’s properties, in anticipation that a future sale of its sprawling real estate could help pay back debts. read more […]

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Stamford’s Fall and Rise, and Fall and Rise Again: Justin Fox

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Toll Brothers Finds Chinese Partner for Latest NYC Condo Project

Toll Brothers Inc., the biggest U.S. luxury-home builder, is bringing in a Chinese partner for its latest Manhattan condo development. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National Real Estate Investor Related Posts:No […]

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (December 9, 2016)

BlackRock will occupy 850,000 sq. ft. along 15 floors at 50 Hudson Yards, according to Commercial Observer. Grand China Fund is the latest Chinese investment firm to enter the U.S. student housing sector, planning a […]

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Former West Virginia Naval Base Slated for Military-Centered Healthcare Facility

That’s according to the U.S. General Services Administration, which said Thursday that it has accepted Robert Pike’s roughly $4 million bid for the shuttered campus. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National […]

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Danny Meyer on the Business of Bar Dining at the New Union Square Café

“Restaurants are real estate. In any restaurant, beverage sales have a higher profitability because you’re not manufacturing them, and the labor costs associated with pouring a glass of wine are less than a plate of […]

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (December 2, 2016)

Starbucks CEO Howard Shulz is stepping down from his position to work on expanding the Reserve Roastery concept, according to The Wall Street Journal. Simon Property Group has planned future mall renovations totaling $1.9 billion […]

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