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.

  • Shopoff Adds Land Acquisition Specialist

    IRVINE, CA—Joseph Reed joins the firm as VP of land acquisition, bringing his expertise in residential, mixed-use, retail, multifamily and master-planned communities to the investment and development company.

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  • Average Days to Flip Decreases Slightly

    IRVINE, CA—Supply and demand, in addition to the extent of the rehab being done on a home, are the factors that impact how long it takes to flip a home, RealtyTrac’s Daren Blomquist tells GlobeSt.com in this UPDATE .

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  • Putting Firms in Front of Investors

    IRVINE, CA—Crowdfunding allows real estate firms to interface directly with investors, which is key in today’s challenging environment, MondayOne’s Kenny Dewan and EquityNet’s Judd Hollas tell GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Commercial Tenants Enjoy Expanded Utilities

    VICTORVILLE, CA—The City of Victorville is augmenting its utilities offerings for electrical services and industrial wastewater treatment, giving property users a competitive advantage in the region.

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  • Home Sales Predicted to Flatten in November

    IRVINE, CA—Existing home sales for the month are projected to fall between seasonally adjusted averages of 5.05 million and 5.46 million annual sales, as compared to October’s higher-than-expected figure, Auction.com reports.

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  • Office Development Shifting To Spec

    ORANGE COUNTY, CA—With a few build-to-suits recently delivered and more nearing completion, Orange County developers are turning their attention to speculative development, according to Voit Real Estate Services.

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  • First New 55-Plus Apt. Build Debuts

    COSTA MESA, CA—M.V. Partners completes Azulón at Mesa Verde, the first age-qualified complex to be built here in decades in this week’s wrap-up of deals.

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  • Availability Low for Smaller I.E. Industrial

    ONTARIO, CA—The vacancy rate for buildings under 100,000 square feet remains tight at 2.8% in the East Inland Empire and 2.2% in the West Inland Empire, reports Colliers International in this UPDATE to a previous story.

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  • The Pros and Cons of CRE Crowdfunding

    ORANGE COUNTY, CA—GlobeSt.com speaks with finance and crowdfunding experts about what makes the fundraising format a star and what the industry should watch out for when considering crowdfunding for raising capital.

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  • Industrial Development Ramps up Near Vegas

    SOUTHERN NEVADA—After five years of no speculative development, the Southern Nevada region now has more than 4.6 million square feet of planned buildings. GlobeSt.com speaks with Colliers’ Dan Doherty about the recovery.

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