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Commercial Real Estate Problems Continue Piling Up

Bill Luby seekingalpha.com 21.04.2009
Minehan: Good news in today’s real estate market

It’s very difficult to listen to the dire predictions and statistics regarding the real estate industry that are recounted by the television and news media on a day to day basis. Those of us who live and work in the business are very happy to report that the depressing numbers just don’t apply to the large percentage of real estate in the Capital District.

Commercial Real Estate Problems Continue Piling Up

hough it gets little in the way of airplay on the blog, real estate happens to be one of my favorite asset classes.

Commercial space provides eye on economy

These days, David Slye spends his time seeking solutions for companies in chaos. As managing partner of the global real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle, Slye's job takes him inside the offices of the city's largest companies as they consider their space needs and the future of their organizations.

Glut of condos have real estate agents, developers crying 'unfair' lending practices

Dave Jacobs is among the most ambitious condominium developers in Muskegon County. He's also one of the most frustrated. New financing restrictions are making it more difficult for developers like Jacobs to sell condos.

Warren residents speak out on real estate tax increase

Linwood Outlaw III nvdaily.com 17.04.2009

General Growth files largest U.S. real estate bankruptcy

Ilaina Jonas and Emily Chasan Reuters 17.04.2009
Warren residents speak out on real estate tax increase

FRONT ROYAL -- Signs of a local and national economic decline are still evident, and the last thing Warren County residents need right now is a tax increase, speakers told the Board of Supervisors at a public hearing Tuesday night.

General Growth files largest U.S. real estate bankruptcy

NEW YORK (Reuters) - General Growth Properties Inc, the second-largest U.S. mall owner, declared bankruptcy on Thursday in the biggest real estate failure in U.S. history.

New to the market

Jenifer B. McKim boston.com 10.04.2009
New York Area Home Prices to Fall 15%, Rosen Says (Update1)

April 14 (Bloomberg) -- Home prices in the New York City metropolitan area will fall as much as 15 percent as Wall Street firms cut jobs and slash bonuses, according to Kenneth Rosen, an economist at the University of California, Berkeley.

New to the market

Low mortgage rates, falling prices, and a tax credit are luring first-time buyers into homes they can afford

How big gambles took down small banks

Pallavi Gogoi USA Today 10.04.2009

US real estate shows early revival signs

Carolyn Cummins smh.com.au 10.04.2009
How big gambles took down small banks

Last year, the Bank of Clark County in Washington state was riding high. In January, it was named "Business of the Year" by the Better Business Bureau of Oregon and Southwest Washington.

US real estate shows early revival signs

INVESTING in United States real estate will not be for the faint-hearted in coming months, but there is a sign of some life in the future, say property brokers.


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