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Koch-Backed Safe Harbor Marinas Exploring a $2 Billion Sale
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Koch-Backed Safe Harbor Marinas Exploring a $2 Billion Sale

The firm has interviewed advisers about selling Safe Harbor Marinas LLC, which is expected to fetch more than $2 billion, said one of the people,...

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Good Student Housing Deals Prove Hard to Find in Smaller Markets
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Good Student Housing Deals Prove Hard to Find in Smaller Markets

Citing a disconnect on cap rate expectations, a growing number of investors have walked away from negotiations to buy and sell student housing...

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Claim Tax Deductions for Prior Building Repairs During Renewed TPR Filing Period
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Claim Tax Deductions for Prior Building Repairs During Renewed TPR Filing Period

The 2019 tax filing season presents a great opportunity for real estate businesses to capture significant tax benefits due to potential...

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Publicly-Traded REITs Just Posted Their Best Performance in Five Years. It May Not Last.
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Publicly-Traded REITs Just Posted Their Best Performance in Five Years. It May Not Last.

As measured by their total returns, REITs blew the roof off the market in 2019. Overall, the REIT sector posted a total return of 28.1 percent last...

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Google Quietly Expands in New York in Wake of Amazon’s Stumble
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Google Quietly Expands in New York in Wake of Amazon’s Stumble

The Alphabet Inc. unit has added thousands of jobs since it set up shop in the Chelsea neighborhood in 2006, and plans to add thousands more on...

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Why One Firm is Betting on “Pooled Loans” to Cut Costs for CRE Borrowers
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Why One Firm is Betting on “Pooled Loans” to Cut Costs for CRE Borrowers

Anyone who has shopped at Costco knows that buying in bulk can often translate to lower prices. Eastern Union aims to prove that the same principle...

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Mall-Based Retailers Take Beating After U.S. Shoppers Turn Away
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Mall-Based Retailers Take Beating After U.S. Shoppers Turn Away

Kohl's Corp., J. C. Penney Co. and L Brands Inc. all reported drops in same-store sales, which is a critical measure of retail success. Macy's Inc....

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Despite Impeachment, President Trump Retains Slight Support from CRE Pros
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Despite Impeachment, President Trump Retains Slight Support from CRE Pros

As he starts his fourth year in office, President Trump has been impeached by the House for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The Senate...

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (Jan. 8, 2020)
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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (Jan. 8, 2020)

Point, Click, Own: Firms Transform How to Buy Investment Homes "Buying a home as an investment property has long been too complex or daunting a...

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Pier 1 Dives After Unveiling Staff Cuts, Reorganization Plan
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Pier 1 Dives After Unveiling Staff Cuts, Reorganization Plan

The company has also drafted a bankruptcy plan and canceled some orders, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Late on Monday, Pier 1...

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What Does Tech Disruption in the Residential Sector Say About the Future of CRE Brokers?
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What Does Tech Disruption in the Residential Sector Say About the Future of CRE Brokers?

Although the commercial real estate industry has generally been slow to adopt technology, that is starting to change, particularly on the brokerage...

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Investment Sales Prices Find Some Late Cycle Momentum
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Investment Sales Prices Find Some Late Cycle Momentum

The $14.5-million sale of the Sand Cove Apartments in St. Pete Beach, Fla. last month isn't a deal that would normally stand out amid the crowded...

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Manhattan’s Flood of New Condos Could Take Six Years to Sell
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Manhattan’s Flood of New Condos Could Take Six Years to Sell

The borough has 7,050 unsold, newly built units, according to a report by Halstead Development Marketing. The bulk of those -- almost 6,000 --...

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American Dream Mall Bucks Retail Nightmare, Nears 90% Lease Rate
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American Dream Mall Bucks Retail Nightmare, Nears 90% Lease Rate

Developers have leased almost 90% of its available 3.3 million square feet, a figure which rises to nearly 100% when leases under negotiation are...

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Eight Predictions for the Industrial Sector in 2020
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Eight Predictions for the Industrial Sector in 2020

New project deliveries, continued cannabis legalization, a decline in manufacturing, faster e-commerce deliveries and the upcoming presidential...

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Multifamily Finance—It’s All About Mission and Innovation in 2020
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Multifamily Finance—It’s All About Mission and Innovation in 2020

The multifamily debt market is estimated to reach $390 billion in 2020, bringing with it some key changes from federal agencies that could...

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Once, High Street Retail Was a Safe Bet for Investors. Is That Still True Today?
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Once, High Street Retail Was a Safe Bet for Investors. Is That Still True Today?

In a U. S. retail market that's largely struggling with big changes in how consumers shop, retail experts says high street retail, in general, hasn...

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Here’s How Much Development Boston Approved in 2019
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Here’s How Much Development Boston Approved in 2019

Understanding Market Cyclicality: Can You Predict the Next Hot Market? Here’s How Much Development Boston Approved in 2019

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NREI's Common Area, Episode 25
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NREI's Common Area, Episode 25

In the final episode of NREI's Common Area podcast for 2019, David Bodamer recaps the commercial real estate industry's biggest stories of the year...

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Understanding Market Cyclicality: Can You Predict the Next Hot Market?
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Understanding Market Cyclicality: Can You Predict the Next Hot Market?

Understanding market patterns is complex - not even the nation's leading economists always get it right. But how does interpreting past market...

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What Do Office REIT Executives Think About Co-Working’s Future?
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What Do Office REIT Executives Think About Co-Working’s Future?

WeWork certainly made waves this year when the co-working giant fired its CEO, laid off 2,400 employees, yanked its much-anticipated IPO and...

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Sun Belt Office Markets Offer Some of the Best Opportunities for CRE Investors
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Sun Belt Office Markets Offer Some of the Best Opportunities for CRE Investors

Sun Belt office markets are routinely outperforming the national office market on numerous metrics, according to industry sources. "The Sun Belt's...

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Welcome to “The Era of Reg BI”
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Welcome to “The Era of Reg BI”

Reg BI will transform advisors' approach to risk metrics, said Aaron Klein, co-founder and CEO of Riskalyze. "The era of Reg BI is here," he said....

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‘Ode to Feminine Strength’ Is the Latest in Hotel Marketing
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‘Ode to Feminine Strength’ Is the Latest in Hotel Marketing

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust announced plans to open Hotel Zena in Washington next year, promising "a rebellious and defiant yet playful energy" and...

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Life Companies Aim to Maintain Their Lending Levels in 2020
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Life Companies Aim to Maintain Their Lending Levels in 2020

Life insurance companies are holding their own in the competitive commercial real estate lending market and exhibiting a growing appetite for...

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Limited-Service Hotels Dominate Hospitality Construction Pipeline
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Limited-Service Hotels Dominate Hospitality Construction Pipeline

Developers continue building limited-service hotels in top markets, according to industry sources. "They are among the most profitable of the ...

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (December 17, 2019)
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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (December 17, 2019)

Louisville Development Reflects City's Struggles With Growth "The project, One Park, will add new life to an underused parcel of land, but it does...

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University of Oklahoma Sued Over Struggling Luxury Dorm Project
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University of Oklahoma Sued Over Struggling Luxury Dorm Project

Provident Oklahoma Education Resources Inc., a non-profit that financed the $250 million project with municipal bonds, sued the university in state...

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How Property Managers Can Cope in the New Age of Package Delivery
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How Property Managers Can Cope in the New Age of Package Delivery

On the surface, there's nothing particularly exotic or sexy about the topic of package delivery. But actually, it's the visible representation of...

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The Top Countries Investing in U.S. Real Estate in 2019
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The Top Countries Investing in U.S. Real Estate in 2019

Canada leads the way among international investors buying properties within the United States. Cross-border investment volume in U. S. commercial...

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