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  • Office Gains a Global Yardstick

    NEW YORK CITY—Demand will continue to be driven over time through a growing awareness of the benefits that IPMS offers in providing comparable information from one market to the next, says one source in this EXCLUSIVE Q&A.

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  • Emerging Rental Home Sector Gets Guidelines

    WASHINGTON, DC—The publication of the National Rental Home Council’s operating guidelines occurs amid increasingly bright prospects for securitization in the sector.

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  • Secondary Markets Offer Higher Yields

    LOS ANGELES—Experts on the Rise of the Secondary City panel at the CCIM Thrive conference talk about the good opportunities in secondary and tertiary markets and in which markets they are finding those deals.

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  • Zillow: Home Value Growth Has Peaked

    SEATTLE—Home values are still rising in most markets, but the rate of appreciation has slowed considerably, making the housing market less competitive for buyers the firm's Q3 report says.

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  • Asian Buyers Continue Targeting San Fran

    SAN FRANCISCO—Asian investors are attracted to US metropolitan areas that closely mirror the investment conditions found in major Asian cities such as Beijing or Hong Kong, making densely populated urban centers obvious choices.

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  • ANALYSIS: 10 Retail Trends to Watch

    LAKELAND, FL—Find out some of the top trends to watch for this sector from upcoming RealShare Central Florida panelist Gary M. Ralston of Coldwell Banker Commercial Saunders Ralston Dantzler Realty LLC.

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  • What Role Should Philanthropy Play in CRE?

    IRVINE, CA—In this UPDATE , after receiving the Joel K. Rubenstein Award from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County, Auction.com’s Rob Friedman tells GlobeSt.com why he gives back for ‘selfish reasons.’

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  • Lowest Underwater Level Reached in Two Years

    IRVINE, CA—A total of 15%, or 8.1 million, of US residential properties with a mortgage is seriously underwater, representing $1.4 trillion in negative equity, according to a new report from RealtyTrac.

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  • US Industrial Recovery Stays Resilient

    CHICAGO—The US industrial vacancy rate just hit its lowest point in more than a decade, and C&W’s John Morris says there are reasons to be optimistic that the recovery will continue for some time.

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  • The Path to Hotel Repositioning

    PHOENIX—Maximizing the value of a hotel asset and increasing investment return with a comprehensive analysis of location, competition, hotel segment, renovations and cost is crucial in the industry. The Clear Path to Property Repositioning session at The Lodging Conference, held at The Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa, took a hard look at these factors and others.

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  • ULI: Investment Momentum Will Continue

    NEW YORK CITY—The Urban Land Institute’s annual Emerging Trends report, released Wednesday at its Fall Meeting here, cites the rise of “18-hour cities” beyond the gateway markets.

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  • Education Wins in Niche Markets

    LOS ANGELES—At the CCIM Thrive conference, niche market experts, from net lease to student housing, say that the best way to break into to these flourishing markets is through education.

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  • E-tailers Take a Bite Out of Brick-and-Mortar

    SAN DIEGO, CA—Auction.com’s Rick Sharga talks to reporter Kelsi Maree Borland about the changing retail landscape and what retailers should do to succeed, in this EXCLUSIVE video interview.

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  • The Next Generation Renter

    he family of the multifamily industry is changing as family formation is delayed for millennials and home ownership is often out of reach.  Because of swanky student housing, the next generation renter also has a taste for amenities from an early age.  Hear how the next generation of renter is affecting development, property management, technology requirements and leasing strategies.

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  • Be Cognizant of Your Property’s Reputation

    LOS ANGELES—Approximately 75% of Millennials make their decision to purchase based on reviews. Managing your Yelp reviews is critical, say panelists at RealShare Apartments .

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  • Old vs. New Guard in CRE, Part 1

    ORANGE COUNTY, CA—In Part 1 of a two-part analysis, GlobeSt.com speaks to commercial real estate hiring professionals about what young CRE hires can share with seasoned professionals and vice-versa.

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  • US Industrial Prices Headed Up

    CHICAGO—Investors are buying up properties at roughly the same pace as before the recession, according to Avison Young, but new construction remains slower and prices still have room to grow.

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  • Risk Retention Rules Approved; Higher Pricing, Less Capacity for CMBS

    WASHINGTON, DC—On the other hand the rules are not as bad as originally proposed with regulators giving issuers flexibility in how they can reach the new risk retention level, CREFC's Steve Renna tells GlobeSt.com's Erika Morphy.

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  • Law Sector Slowdown May Be New Normal

    NEW YORK CITY—Persistent weak employment could hit office markets where the legal sector has comprised a sizable fraction of office-using tenancies, says Savills Studley’s Heidi Learner.

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  • Property Insurance Prices Continue Easing

    NEW YORK CITY—Property rates have been falling for several consecutive quarters, and Willis Group Holdings says it doesn’t see an end to the trend.

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