Real Estate

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Developers offer 4 proposals on Greenway site

Casey Ross The Boston Globe 24.03.2012
Developers offer 4 proposals on Greenway site

A vacant lot along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway attracted an array of building proposals Friday, including a 180-room hotel, apartments and restaurants, and a museum on Boston’s history.

Investment-Minded Brazilians Seek the Opportunity of Acquiring U.S. Real Estate

Muller Group Investments (MGI), a real estate brokerage and development firm based in South Florida, is quickly establishing its position as a realty leader that is connecting Brazil’s flourishing economy to a world of opportunity in residential and commercial real estate in North American markets, including South Florida, Central Florida and New York.

Two L.A. Law firms Make Big Personnel Moves

Natalie Dolce GlobeSt 16.02.2012
Two L.A. Law firms Make Big Personnel Moves

LOS ANGELES-Things are moving in the L.A. commercial real estate law world. Just this week, law firm Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP elevated 12 of its attorneys to partner; while law firm Seyfarth Shaw LLP added a six-attorney group to its real estate practice.

Staten Island homeowners baffled by property tax puzzle

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The market value of some Staten Island homes increased. Others decreased. Either way, the assessments have spiked and so too will the property taxes.

property prices in the us fell by over 4pc nationally last year

Prices of residential property in America dropped by an average of 4.7% last year, marking the fifth consecutive year prices have decreased according to the latest price index from Core Logic.

US housing market recovery is on its way, but slow, analysis suggests

While 2011 was clearly a challenging year for the residential property market in the United States, there is a lot to be positive about looking ahead to 2012.

Global upturn in Q2 commercial sales: report

Global sales of commercial property in the second quarter rose 47 per cent to US$101 billion from one year earlier, and are expected to near US$440 billion by year’s end, according to data released by Jones Lang LaSalle Inc.

Pending house sales increase across the United States

Pending residential property sales in the United States rose strongly in May with all regions experiencing gains from a year ago, pointing to higher housing activity in the second half of the year, according to the latest report from the National Association of Realtors.

New York passes historic property tax cap

Fran Berkman Liherald 01.07.2011
New York passes historic property tax cap

This one was never in doubt. Legislation that will put a cap on property tax levies passed by a 57-to-5 margin in the State Senate before it made it through the Assembly and was signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo last Friday.

Global Housing Market Weakens Further in Half of All Countries, Says Knight Frank Report

According to a new report by London-based Knight Frank, the global housing market is still in a quagmire in the first quarter of 2011.

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