September 2015

There is a myriad of pending tax issues falling victim to a Congress that still claims to have broad tax reform on the agenda, but never seems to find the right time to explore it. […]

The Midwest is replacing Silicon Valley for tech startups with its affordable office rents, Bloomberg reports. Multifamily permits fell for the second consecutive month, Multifamily Executive reveals. The worst may be over for Barnes and […]

The Federal Reserve voted to keep the interest rate unchanged for now, reports The New York Times. The number of renters in the market continues to rise, according to the Wall Street Journal. Seeking Alpha […]

Seniors Housing Pricing: Bubble Or Not?

by on September 16, 2015

Investor interest in the seniors housing sector is strong and growing. Transaction volumes are at record high levels and pricing is close to a cyclical peak. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by […]

Owners of 666 Fifth Avenue in New York City may reposition the office building into a mixed-use complex, reports the New York Post. Rising Realty Partners sold the PacMutual building in Los Angeles for $200 […]

The average employee isn’t getting a big raise this year—but apartment rents are growing more quickly than ever. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National Real Estate Investor

Bloomberg looks at cities that will drive the U.S. economy in the near future. 24/ asks if Wal-Mart still needs 5,200 stores. Mikhail Prokhorov is close to buying Forest City’s stake in Barclay’s Center, reports […]