BOSTON—The Boston-headquartered firm has added two international master franchise agreements that launch SVN operations in Seoul, South Korea and Warsaw, Poland.
BOSTON—The Financial District saw the most action in terms of positive absorption in the fourth quarter at 69,000 square feet, thus lowering its overall vacancy rate to 9.7%. Class A space in the Financial District, which is in high demand, saw 237,000 square feet of positive absorption in the fourth quarter.
WALTHAM, MA—The Massachusetts Association of Realtors reports that single-family home sales were up nearly 20% for the month of November at 4,784 total transactions—a new monthly record.
BOSTON—Gov. Baker says the program that looks to create better and smarter uses for state-owned properties has resulted in the sale or lease of 22 state-owned pieces of land.
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WASHINGTON, DC—“Weaker conditions are evident across all sectors as the apartment industry adjusts to changing conditions,” says the National Multifamily Housing Council’s Mark Obrinsky.
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LOS ANGELES—Although price movement since the election has been “limited,” CBRE’s Spencer Levy says that “pricing pushback from buyers remains strong.”
PALO ALTO, CA—GlobeSt.com chats with McNellis Partners’ John McNellis about his new book, Making it in Real Estate.
SANTA BARBARA, CA—Amid a generally positive outlook for apartments in 2017, Yardi Matrix does see issues with oversupply and a slowdown in rent increases in some metro areas.
ST. LOUIS—CRE has entered the digital era, and thanks to the emergence of online fundraising platforms, developers can easily streamline and enhance the manner in which they raise money says a source in this EXCLUSIVE commentary.