CHICAGO—Rising inventories and an overcapacity at sea are just a few of the problems that have recently developed.
BOSTON—Available exclusively to financial advisors and other intermediaries, the new fund launches on the eve of the real estate carve-out from the financial sector within the GICS taxonomy.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ—“Black swan” geopolitical events could be the only potential fly in the ointment for foreign investors in US real estate, which shows no sign of slowing anytime soon, USAA Real Estate Company’s Jim Hime tells GlobeSt.com in this preview of Commercial Real Estate Conference 2016.
FAIRFIELD, CT—Along with the pending sale of GE Money Bank France to Cerberus Capital Management, the prime mortgage transaction “would represent GE Capital’s exit from French consumer finance,” says Keith Sherin, CEO of GE Capital.
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BOSTON—The Greater Boston Association of Realtors and the Massachusetts Association of Realtors issued sales reports for the month of July that pointed to lower home sales volume and for-sale inventory, while modest increases in the median price for a home, both in Greater Boston and statewide.
WASHINGTON, DC--Colliers International is expanding its project management service line by building a dedicated team for the brokerage community, which is where Leighty comes in.
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ORLANDO—“It is evident that portfolio acquisitions are attractive to investors looking to capitalize on economies of scale.”
AUSTIN, TX—The booming economy is fueling demand for industrial space, with less than 1.83 million square feet currently vacant, translating into an incredibly tight citywide vacancy rate of 4.8%.
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PHILADELPHIA—“The reality is that we’re not delivering nearly the number of apartments that are needed by the population,” Resource Real Estate’s Kevin Finkel tells GlobeSt.com.
JERSEY CITY, NJ—The company went out of its way to say in its statement that “Litt’s resignation is not related to any disagreement with the company’s operations, policies, or practices.”
RALEIGH, NC—“As an independent contractor, third-party broker, whether you’re doing office, industrial or retail, that’s an inevitable challenge that we all have to accept,” Bryan Everett, SIOR, first VP at CBRE, tells GlobeSt.com.