Carrie Rossenfeld


Carrie Rossenfeld
Reporter

Executive Bio

Carrie Rossenfeld is a reporter for the West Coast region of GlobeSt.com and Real Estate Forum. She was a trade-magazine and newsletter editor in New York City before moving to Southern California to become a freelance writer and editor for magazines, books and websites. Rossenfeld has written extensively on topics including commercial real estate, running a medical practice, intellectual-property licensing and giftware. She has edited books about profiting from real estate and has ghostwritten a book about starting a home-based business.

  • Why So Few Builds in Rancho Sante Fe?

    SAN DIEGO—This affluent community has a lack of developable land and a strict approval process, making the construction of Palma de la Reina an especially rare occurrence, Newport Pacific’s Patrick McNamara tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Why Buyers are Eyeing Auto-Parts Stores

    IRVINE, CA—Tenants’ commitment to the location is one reason why these assets are the most sought-after among 1031 buyers, HIG’s Jeremy McChesney tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY in this look at an emerging hot net-lease category.

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  • Apartment Turnover Rates Will Keep Increasing

    IRVINE, CA—In this EXCLUSIVE discussion with MF execs, Passco Cos.’ Jeff Olshan tells GlobeSt.com more turnover is inevitable if the economy continues to improve and homeownership becomes more affordable.

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  • Corporate Real Estate’s Shifting Landscape

    DENVER—As the corporate landscape has changed over the past decade, so have advisory firms’ roles, which have become less transactional and more transformational, Colliers’ Chris Zlocki tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Should We Be Building More Condos?

    SAN DIEGO—The London Group Realty Advisors’ Gary London tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY that developers are focusing too much on Millennials’ current housing needs and not enough on the future.

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  • Healthcare Tech Firms Are Taking Space

    IRVINE, CA—Not only are healthcare providers absorbing more space in Orange County, but healthcare-technology firms are also becoming a significant tenant cohort in the office market here, JLL’s Jeff Ingham tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Creative MXD Debuts in Downtown SD

    SAN DIEGO—FORM15, which contains 10,000 square feet of retail space and 242 residential units in San Diego’s burgeoning East Village, opens in this week’s wrap-up of deals.

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  • What’s the Key to Student-Housing Success?

    SAN DIEGO—Student housing is very management intensive, and it’s very unforgiving for those who aren’t prepared, DTZ’s Justin Glasgow tells GlobeSt.com as part of an EXCLUSIVE discussion with student-housing experts.

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  • What Attracts Tech Pros to OC?

    ORANGE COUNTY, CA—In short, a better lifestyle is driving young, highly educated, motivated, balanced and successful tech talent to the Orange County market, CBRE’s Alex Hayden tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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  • Underwater Share Up First Time Since ’12

    IRVINE, CA—Homeowners with more than 20% equity have been cashing out in some markets, while seriously underwater homes increase, according to a report from RealtyTrac.

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