January 2015

Institutional investors hit returns of 11.82 percent on commercial real estate holdings in 2014, reports The Wall Street Journal. Starwood struck a $1.12 billion deal to buy a portfolio of suburban office properties from Duke […]

The nation’s strong industrial resurgence has now reached Detroit, a city that was among worst hit by falling property values during the recession. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National Real Estate […]

Lenders are still eager to make loans on apartment properties, and grew their multifamily lending business again in the third quarter of 2014. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National Real Estate […]

The Aged and the Restless

by on January 23, 2015

How bribes from a 100-year-old real estate developer brought down one of New York’s most prominent politicians. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National Real Estate Investor

REITs have had a strong run in the past few years, as commercial real estate became increasingly more attractive to high net worth investors and institutional investors alike, but may Forest City be a bit […]

The Senate approved a six-year extension for TRIA, a day after legislation passed through the House, reports The Hill. KKR hired a team of former Rialto Capital Management executives to help it invest in real […]

More U.S. REITs could become takeover targets as activist investors step into the game, reports Bloomberg. A New York Landmarks Committee could derail Howard Hughes Corp.’s project at South Street Seaport, according to The Real […]

DDR CEO Daniel Hurwitz stepped down from his position a year earlier than anticipated, reports Bloomberg. New Target Chairman Brian Cornell might sell the chain’s struggling Canada division to Walmart, according to The Street. The […]