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LOS ANGELES—While the Los Angeles is known as a creative office stomping ground, the West Covina market is attracting financial and legal tenants.
LOS ANGELES—Solana Heights in Ventura combines townhome and single-family living to serve new demand for a new brand of urban-style living.
LOS ANGELES—Reza Ghobadi, a broker that has closed more than $750 million in transactions, joins Colliers International after a recruitment battle between major firms, and will lead the firm’s multifamily and mixed-use investment business.
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LONDON—Joining Avison Young as a principal, Luke Mackenzie has arranged transactions that range in size from £35 million to £3 billion.
CANNES, FRANCE—GlobeSt.com caught up with RICS chief executive Sean Tompkins at the recent MIPIM conference, where the organization rolled out a new requirement for managing conflicts of interest.
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NEW YORK CITY—Apartments and industrial, among other sectors, could see cash flow acceleration, while net lease could suffer if inflation and higher interest rates come, write analysts at Fitch Ratings.
NEW YORK CITY—Each for different reasons, Millennials and Baby Boomers are gravitating toward apartments as a solution, says a Kroll Bond Rating Agency report.
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