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Carrie Rossenfeld

Carrie Rossenfeld

Carrie Rossenfeld is a reporter for the West Coast region of GlobeSt.com and Real Estate Forum. She was a trade-magazine and newsletter editor in New York City before moving to Southern California to become a freelance writer and editor for magazines, books and websites. Rossenfeld has written extensively on topics including commercial real estate, running a medical practice, intellectual-property licensing and giftware. She has edited books about profiting from real estate and has ghostwritten a book about starting a home-based business.

  • Market Showing Signs of Transition

    Market Showing Signs of Transition

    IRVINE, CA—The rise in the 10-year Treasury bill and subsequent dramatic increase in interest rates is causing many buyers to adjust their purchase parameters, but sellers are dragging their heels, HIG’s Ed Hanley tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.

  • Low Labor-Force Participation Could Spell Trouble

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    Low Labor-Force Participation Could Spell Trouble

    SAN DIEGO—Fewer people in the workforce could mean the US won’t have the skills necessary to compete in the global marketplace, which could lead to economic crisis, PwC’s Mitch Roschelle tells attendees at last week’s BMC event.

  • A Look at JLL’s New UTC Office

    A Look at JLL’s New UTC Office

    SAN DIEGO—GlobeSt.com takes a tour through the firm’s new 18,000-square-foot space at the Aventine—a mixed-use complex that includes a hotel, restaurants and two office buildings—which affords employees a variety of workplace options.

  • Food Halls Vs. Restaurants: Comparing Investments

    Food Halls Vs. Restaurants: Comparing Investments

    CORONA DEL MAR, CA—Established restaurant chains with strong financials will likely still be valued at a premium over a food hall/marketplace—unless the guarantor has a history that would surpass other chains or operators, Hanley’s Carlos Lopez tells GlobeSt.com.

  • Redux for $5M Brings Bixby $30M

    Redux for $5M Brings Bixby $30M

    SAN DIEGO—The firm sells AERO, a 92,463-square-foot office building, to AVID Center at $326 per square foot following a $5-million inventive redesign of the building that makes it unlike any other in this submarket.

  • Cal State-Adjacent Center Fetches $73M

    Cal State-Adjacent Center Fetches $73M

    SAN MARCOS, CA—The 144,148-square-foot Campus Marketplace retail shopping center sells to IVT San Marcos Campus, controlled by Inventrust, in part because of its attractive location.

  • What Will Affect Loan-Application Issues in 2017?

    What Will Affect Loan-Application Issues in 2017?

    IRVINE, CA—Automation tools are more efficiently identifying risk very early in the process, benefiting the industry and improving the consumer’s experience, First American’s Mark Fleming tells GlobeSt.com.

  • How MOBs Enhance Patient Experience for Difficult Treatments

    How MOBs Enhance Patient Experience for Difficult Treatments

    SAN MARCOS, CA—Owners are spending more money on design, materials and fixtures to develop resort-like lobbies and common areas as well as adding more windows and natural light to create a warm and healing environment, JLL’s Paul Braun tells GlobeSt.com.

  • Is the Business Sector Too Optimistic About Trump?

    Is the Business Sector Too Optimistic About Trump?

    SAN DIEGO—If he succeeds in implementing all of his trade policies, people won’t be happy because their expectations for satisfaction may be too high, CBRE’s Spencer Levy tells attendees at this week’s CREW San Diego lunch event.

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