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    25-Year Industry Veteran Joins NGKF

    NEW YORK CITY—The appointee—who joins from EY and has served at CBRE, JLL and Savills Studley—will run a new critical transactions group, GlobeSt.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY.

  • Home Price Gains Reach 31-Month High

    NEW YORK CITY—“Tight supplies and rising prices may be deterring some people from trading up to a larger house,” says David M. Blitzer at S&P Dow Jones Indices.

  • Commentary

    Bottom Fishers

    We have commented over the past few months about the accelerating trend toward online retailing and its significant impact on the mall sector, especially…

  • Handling Environmental Issues When Selling

    SAN DIEGO—By acting proactively, building owners are likely to resolve any concerns over potential hazardous waste and can avoid unnecessary time and expenses, Lee & Associates’ Peter Merz tells GlobeSt.com.

  • How Much Longer Can the Bull Market Last?

    SAN DIEGO—While the next several years will most likely reflect very strong performance, almost every conversation at MBA CREF touched on the uncertainty of how much longer the positive trend will continue, Meridian’s Seth Grossman tells GlobeSt.com.

  • Trump Plans Will Mean CRE Winners, Losers

    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.

  • News

    Freddie Mac's Workforce Housing Offering Prices At Slight Premium

    McLEAN, VA--The two-to-four basis point premium was likely due to the market not being as familiar with KW Certificates as with Freddie Mac’s more established K-Certificates.

  • Research

    Mall REITs Anticipate Flight to Quality

    SAN FRANCISCO—A rising share of retailers’ capex is targeting “the most productive markets and malls,” say analysts at Canaccord Genuity.

  • Event Coverage

    Lodging 2017: Decreased Volume, Shifting Capital Sources

    DEL MAR, CA—With Chinese investors facing difficulty in getting their money out of the country and other headwinds the hotel industry is facing, sales volume is projected to decrease this year, but there is still opportunity, speakers at RAR’s Lodging Industry Forecast here tell attendees.

  • Commentary

    Freedom Caucus Impact On CRE

      The difference between a politician at the extreme of either party, and a businessman, is the politician is driven by some extreme…

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