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Equity Residential, the largest publicly traded U.S. apartment landlord, bought a 679-unit apartment tower in San Diego for $200 million.

Green building takes off in real estate slump

Green building remains the bright spot in an otherwise dull U.S. real estate market as companies and homeowners look to lower utility bills.

Landmark Fells Point church on the market

Joanna Sullivan Baltimore Business Journal 10.09.2010
Landmark Fells Point church on the market

Developer Larry Silverstein is trying to find a buyer for the former St. Stanislaus Kostka Roman Catholic Church in Fells Point as he moves ahead with plans to build upscale townhomes on the 1.5-acre property.

Washington Mutual, Nortel, Colonial BancGroup, Property Stays: Bankruptcy

Washington Mutual Inc.’s bankruptcy examiner filed his preliminary report yesterday and won permission from the judge to extend the current Oct. 8 deadline for submitting his final report.

California Property Tax Rolls Shrink 1.8% in `Historic' Slump

Christopher Palmeri Bloomberg News 10.09.2010

Redlands Mall property's fate unknown

TIFFANY RAY and JAN SEARS The Press-Enterprise 10.09.2010
California Property Tax Rolls Shrink 1.8% in `Historic' Slump

California property values fell 1.8 percent for the current fiscal year, only the second drop since the most-populous U.S. state began collecting the data in 1933.

Redlands Mall property's fate unknown

This week's announcement that Redlands Mall will close Sept. 30 puts a temporary lid on questions about the shopping center's future, but the long-term fate of the prime downtown property remains a mystery.

Hotels Lure Investors as Lodging Surpasses U.S. Offices, Retail

Hotel purchases are increasing faster than deals for office buildings, shopping centers or any other type of U.S. commercial property as rising occupancies and room rates boost the lodging industry.

Company Profile: Bank of America Home Loans Works with Real Estate Professionals to Offer Buyers a Better Purchase Experience

RISMEDIA, September 7, 2010—The housing market is showing signs of life. Historically low interest rates and greater home affordability in many areas are beginning to attract prospective home buyers to the market. And with a slow yet steady economic recovery, consumers and real estate professionals are positive about opportunities for today’s first-time and repeat buyers.

KC’s 1887 Freight House building is up for sale

KEVIN COLLISON The Kansas City Star 08.09.2010
KC’s 1887 Freight House building is up for sale

The historic Freight House building, home to three upscale restaurants, is on the market.

Troubled KC area lenders struggle to fix loan, capital and other problems

Trouble continues to circle Kansas City’s struggling banks — but so do potential buyers.


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