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Developing in a ‘Final Frontier’ of Hoboken

NTOINETTE MARTIN The New York Times 18.12.2010
Fewer U.S. Homes Were `Under Water' in Third Quarter as Foreclosures Rose

The number of U.S. homes worth less than the debt owed on them dropped in the third quarter, largely because of mounting foreclosures rather than a rise in property values, according to CoreLogic Inc.

Developing in a ‘Final Frontier’ of Hoboken

EVEN in a tough real estate market, certain niches are considered evergreens for developers — and Hoboken rental property is clearly one. The latest evidence is a local builder’s plans to erect a 113-unit rental tower on a vacant lot beside the light-rail tracks on the west side, starting work as soon as possible next year.

Michael Glimcher: Musings of a REIT Maven

David Bogoslaw Business Week 06.12.2010
Michael Glimcher: Musings of a REIT Maven

Investor appetite for income has made commercial real estate investment trusts, many of which own regional shopping malls, among the hottest stocks this year. As of Oct. 29, Glimcher Realty Trust (GRT) racked up the biggest return of the bunch, rising 183.4 percent to top Bloomberg's ranking of commercial REITs.

Simon Property asks Citigroup to advise on £3.5bn CSC bid

The move indicates the US company is moving closer to tabling a formal offer for CSC, formerly part of Liberty International.

New START Real Estate

Stephen Rademaker The National Interest 27.11.2010
New START Real Estate

President Obama and Senate Republicans—led by Senator Jon Kyl (R-AZ)—are locked in an intense negotiation over the “New START” treaty signed by Washington and Moscow last April. As often happens in a negotiation, tempers are fraying, and the rhetoric from both sides has obscured what’s really going on.

'Shadow inventory' of 2.1 million homes may loom in U.S. market

The number of properties in foreclosure, with loans 90 days past due or taken back by lenders and not yet listed for sale stood at an eight-month supply at the end of August, three months more than a year earlier.

Investors wonder if Jemals can keep properties

Jonathan O'Connell The Washington Post 23.11.2010

A Gently Edited Classic, Pirate Included

The New York Times 20.11.2010
Investors wonder if Jemals can keep properties

Many people may know of Douglas Jemal's rise from record shop owner to cowboy boot-wearing real estate entrepreneur to one of the leading drivers of downtown Washington's resurgence.

A Gently Edited Classic, Pirate Included

OF all the types of apartments available in New York City, few are more iconic than the so-called Classic 6, the mazy configuration that includes two bedrooms, a dining room and a maid’s room, complete with its own bath. For decades, the Classic 6 was the ultimate symbol of gracious living, a vivid reminder of the style in which many well-heeled New Yorkers lived generations ago.

Social media a tool for real estate pros

Amanda Finnegan In Business 13.11.2010
Social media a tool for real estate pros

Real estate professional and Nolf Group head Nick Nolf encourages his agents to spend one hour a day on social networking sites such as Facebook, a behavior most company leaders would frown upon.

Economist Stiglitz says U.S. stimulus could fuel Asian bubbles

The U.S. Federal Reserve’s plan to expand stimulus by buying an additional US$600 billion of Treasuries will fuel potential asset bubbles in emerging countries with strong growth that don’t have capital control measures, Nobel Laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz said recently at the MIPIM Asia Conference in Hong Kong.


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