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Is Now the Time for Retail Owners to Sell?

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Is Now the Time for Retail Owners to Sell?

CORONA DEL MAR, CA—The supply of retail investment opportunities will increase this year as owners who waited to put their properties on the market rush to take advantage of what feels like a market at its peak, HIG’s Ed Hanley tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE story.

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Multifamily Property Hits on All Cylinders for JV Buyers

HAYWARD, CA—Improved market conditions, coupled with limited land availability for future construction, make this a good opportunity for investors in this high barrier-to-entry market.

Treetop Nabs Funds for MF Portfolio Buy

NEW YORK CITY—The developer is picking up properties in two burgeoning areas of Queens.

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Good Fundamentals, Not Cheap Debt, Mostly Responsible for Philadelphia's Rise, Says RealShare Capital Markets Panel

PHILADELPHIA—Good real estate fundamentals are what’s driving the commercial real estate market in Philadelphia, according to most of the industry leaders on the Capital Markets panel at Tuesday’s RealShare Philadelphia conference, produced by GlobeSt.com’s parent ALM Real Estate Media, at the Union League Club in Center City.

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The Wheels Keep on Turning

Facing continued slow and steady growth in US GDP, heightened global uncertainty and lower yield expectations, institutions don’t anticipate tapping the brakes on investment any time soon.

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Where Will SD’s Industrial Tenants Go?

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Where Will SD’s Industrial Tenants Go?

SAN DIEGO—The limited supply of inventory throughout San Diego’s central submarkets may continue to push occupiers to the extreme edges of the county—Otay Mesa, Oceanside and East County—JLL’s Joe Anderson tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.

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