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What Home Sellers Don't Tell Buyers

M.P. MCQUEEN The Wall Street Journal 15.01.2010

Alternative Financing Options for Commercial Real Estate

TED KARSCH on JANUARY Bigger Pockets 14.01.2010
What Home Sellers Don't Tell Buyers

As buyers ease back into the battered real-estate market, they're often hitting a stumbling block: fibbing by home sellers.

Alternative Financing Options for Commercial Real Estate

Despite the fact that banks are not lending like they used to on construction projects and commercial real estate there still exist many alternative financing options for the commercial real estate investor who is willing to do some leg work and research. The following are a list of alternative funding sources that are being used in today’s market.

Three Century-Old Hotels in Manhattan

Stanley Turkel Hotel Interactive, Inc. 14.01.2010

Bonus Time for Manhattan Real-Estate Brokers

DAWN WOTAPKA The Wall Street Journal 13.01.2010
Three Century-Old Hotels in Manhattan

1. The Washington Square Hotel A haven for writers and artists for more than a century, the Washington Square Hotel, located at Waverly and MacDougal, just off the northwest corner of Washington Square, occupies a unique place in Greenwich Village’s history. The hotel facilities include 150 guest rooms, a renovated lobby, 24-hour front desk service, fitness room, lobby bar and the highly acclaimed North Square Restaurant & Lounge. Complimentary wireless internet access is available in the lobby and lobby bar.

Bonus Time for Manhattan Real-Estate Brokers

NEW YORK—The Fairchild condominium development in lower Manhattan opened for sale in December 2008, just after the collapse of Lehman Brothers rippled across the financial sector and paralyzed the Big Apple's real-estate market.

More California hotels in trouble in 2009

Los Angeles Times 11.01.2010
More California hotels in trouble in 2009

The number of California hotels that are in default or in foreclosure continued to increase in 2009 because of slumping travel demand and declining real estate values, according to a new hospitality report.

Commercial property returns to grow in 2011

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. commercial real estate investors may have to wait until next year to see their returns start to grow, as returns will likely remain in negative territory this year, according to the research arm of real estate services company CB Richard Ellis Group Inc.

U.S. Now a Renters' Market

NICK TIMIRAOS The Wall Street Journal 08.01.2010
U.S. Now a Renters' Market

Apartment vacancies hit a 30-year high in the fourth quarter, and rents fell as landlords scrambled to retain existing tenants and attract new ones.

U.S. home buyers' negotiating power falls - Zillow

NEW YORK, Jan 7 (Reuters) - Home buyers in much of the United States paid thousands of dollars below asking prices in November, but had less negotiating power than in October, real estate website Zillow.com said on Thursday.

U.S. cities seek ways to aid property developers

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. municipal and state governments, despite facing their own cash shortfall, are finding ways to help local property developers navigate the current downturn, in some cases rescuing projects that would otherwise fall victim to the credit crunch.

Commercial Property Is Biggest Risk, U.S. Bank Examiners Find

Jan. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Losses on commercial real estate loans pose the biggest risk to U.S. banks this year, troubling smaller lenders while unlikely to threaten the entire financial system, U.S. bank examiners concluded during a review.


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