Real Estate

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M.I.T.’s Makeover for the 21st Century

SUSAN DIESENHOUSE The New York Times 14.10.2010
M.I.T.’s Makeover for the 21st Century

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Not so long ago, the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was a hodgepodge of bunkerlike academic buildings, converted World War I-era factories, parking lots and even an occasional Quonset hut. But a 10-year development plan, nearly complete at a cost of $1.4 billion, has set a new mood — avant-garde — with 10 buildings by architects like Frank Gehry, Steven Holl and Fumihiko Maki, as well as a revamped streetscape.

Apartment developer Wood Partners buys one of last vacant tracts along Henderson Avenue

East Dallas’ busy Henderson Avenue will soon have even more traffic – from construction trucks. Apartment developer Wood Partners is buying one of the last large vacant tracts along Henderson just east of North Central Expressway.

Foreclosure stoppage wreaks havoc on property market

SHANNON BEHNKEN The Tampa Tribune 13.10.2010
Why Foreclosure Fraud Is So Dangerous To Our System Of Property Rights

There seems to be a misunderstanding as to why the rampant and systemic foreclosure fraud is so dangerous to American system of property rights and contract law. Some of this is being done by people who are naked corporatists (i.e., the WSJ Editorial Board) excusing horrific conduct by the banks. Others are excusing endemic property right destruction out of genuine ignorance.

Foreclosure stoppage wreaks havoc on property market

TAMPA - The consequences of a foreclosure moratorium by some of the nation's largest lenders are rippling through the Bay area, shaking up an already fragile real estate market. Buyers of foreclosed homes either can't or won't finish the process. Distressed homeowners are in limbo, unsure how the temporary freeze will affect them. And a clogged court system is dealing with thousands of canceled hearings for cases on hold.

10 Best and Worst Conservative Residential Real Estate Markets in U.S.

Alex Finkelstein Real Estate Channel 12.10.2010
10 Best and Worst Conservative Residential Real Estate Markets in U.S.

Looking for a conservative residential real estate market in which to invest? Local Market Monitor Inc., a 20-year-old, Cary, NC research and consulting firm, has updated its previous rankings and posted the 10 best and worst markets.

Every Investor In Real Estate Suffers From Foreclosure Moratorium?

As the lending screws turn it appears that every investor in real estate is going to become a casualty as a result of the recent foreclosure moratorium in many states. This stark news comes just a few short weeks before crucial mid term elections.

Real estate agent's warnings of housing bubble unheeded

Real estate agent's warnings of housing bubble unheeded

WASHINGTON -- Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and other top government officials have said they didn't notice the dangers that Michael Blomquist saw in the runaway California housing market until five years after he did.

Foreclosure freeze shakes battered home market

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Get ready for a bumpy ride in the housing market.

Anthony & Co. becomes Colliers International

Amanda Jones Hoyle Triangle Business Journal 09.10.2010
Anthony & Co. becomes Colliers International

RALEIGH – Colliers International, the commercial real estate giant that lost its Triangle affiliate to a corporate split in March, has regained its presence here by signing an affiliate agreement with the homegrown Anthony & Co. commercial real estate firm.

KeyBank Real Estate signs lease at Sprint Nextel campus

KeyBank Real Estate Capital said Friday that it has signed a 10-year lease for space in Overland Park.

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