RANCHO MISSION VIEJO, CA—High-speed wireless connections in the home that enable incredibly fast download speeds and eliminate buffering could help dramatically increase productivity in the commercial real estate realm, Warmington Homes executives tell GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Orange County Headlines
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, CA—Plaza El Paseo, a 107,000-square-foot shopping center here, has sold to Plaza El Paseo Center LLC for $56.6 million thanks to a financing strategy devised by Faris Lee, GlobeSt.com learns EXCLUSIVELY.
IRVINE, CA—Tech-software companies are developing new digital platforms to make mobile integration even easier and encourage more mobile connectivity between CRE professionals, Western National’s Nick Alicastro tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
IRVINE, CA—Democrat-controlled districts have been shown to have higher average home-price gains, but tax rates tend to be lower in Republican-controlled districts. ATTOM Data’s Daren Blomquist weighs in EXCLUSIVELY on the research and what’s behind it.
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LOS ANGELES—Whether it is from ballot initiatives, land costs or construction costs, developers at the recent RealShare Apartments conference spoke about the long list of challenges that influence their decisions and shape their pipelines.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA—Affordable multifamily apartments provide critically needed housing by giving preference to low-income families and people who live or work in Mountain View, thereby promoting accessibility to those struggling to find housing in an extremely competitive market.
LOS ANGELES—Expert sources at RealShare Apartments discuss fundamentals, demographics, wage growth, affordability, and what they see as reasons for caution.
More National Headlines
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- Apt. Values Rise Along with Office, Industrial
- Pebblebrook, Denihan Split $820M Portfolio
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- The Ins and Outs of Lease Workouts
- What Challenges Are Facing Developers Today?
- Digital Realty Launching New Downtown Data Center
In honor of Forum's 70th Anniversary, we have taken a look back at some of the people, deals and decisions that have helped to shape the industry over the past seven decades, and took a look ahead at the trends that will likely impact its future evolution.
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SAN DIEGO—There is a significant difference between what a new apartment project costs to build or buy today and the pricing on 1970s and 1980s vintage projects, which can typically be acquired for well below replacement costs, Pathfinder’s Lorne Polger tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
IRVINE, CA—While Dodd-Frank effectively banned the affordability products responsible for the housing bubble, in the wake of the price collapse, lawmakers struggle with unresolved issues pertaining to mortgage finance, Market InSite’s Larry Roberts tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
CHICAGO—The developer has helped transform several of Chicago’s industrial neighborhoods into trendy office centers, and plans to go national with projects in Portland, Miami and Nashville.
WASHINGTON, DC--This is the second CMBS coming to market structured to comply with the Dodd-Frank rule that goes into effect at the end of the year but the first to transfer the retained classes to a third party.