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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.

  • Who’s Buying and Selling OC Multifamily Now?

    Who’s Buying and Selling OC Multifamily Now?

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Private investors looking to complete 1031 exchanges have led the way as the most active buyers and sellers in 2017, and they have a specific strategy in mind, CBRE’s Dan Blackwell tells GlobeSt.com.

  • A Groundbreaking MXD Project for Carlsbad Village

    A Groundbreaking MXD Project for Carlsbad Village

    CARLSBAD, CA—Carlsbad Village Lofts, which received unanimous City Council approval recently, even won approval from a council member known for not being developer friendly, AVRP Skyport’s Doug Austin tells GlobeSt.com.

  • Amenities for the Next Generation of Tech Workers

    Amenities for the Next Generation of Tech Workers

    SAN DIEGO—Technologically savvy users desire such features as open ceilings, exposed K-bar wall braces and a social break area, which are all a part of the newly completed Experian DataLabs office here, Ware Malcomb’s Ted Heisler tells GlobeSt.com.

  • Why Everyone’s Waking Up to the La Jolla Office Market

    Why Everyone’s Waking Up to the La Jolla Office Market

    LA JOLLA, CA—With its real estate landscape transforming every day to the backdrop of a scenic, amenity-filled environment, La Jolla has quickly become one of the region’s most sought-after corporate locations, C&W’s Pascal Aubry-Dumand tells GlobeSt.com.

  • How AB199 Could Impact the Housing Sector

    How AB199 Could Impact the Housing Sector

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Those who build entry-level market-rate housing would be devastated by this bill, which would subject all residential projects built on private property to prevailing wage standards, Landmark’s Adam Deermount tells GlobeSt.com.

  • Senior Housing: Between Interest Rates and the Silver Tsunami

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    Senior Housing: Between Interest Rates and the Silver Tsunami

    SAN DIEGO—Rising interest rates are creating a feeling of racing against time, yet with the wave of Baby Boomers still too young to consider this sector, investors and lenders are cautious, speakers at NIC’s Spring Investment Forum say.

  • The Scariest Land-Use Issue for Investors

    The Scariest Land-Use Issue for Investors

    SAN DIEGO—Since the Newhall Ranch case, every jurisdiction is still figuring out how to analyze greenhouse gases, and until San Diego County develops a universal process, investors will be skittish, Allen Matkins’ Heather Riley tells GlobeSt.com.

  • SPIRE Awards Judges Meet, Deliberate

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    SPIRE Awards Judges Meet, Deliberate

    COSTA MESA, CA—The judges for this year’s SPIRE Awards meet for the annual judges’ breakfast to consider the winners of this year’s awards. GlobeSt.com has photos from the breakfast.

  • A Different Tactic for the Value-Driven Investor

    A Different Tactic for the Value-Driven Investor

    IRVINE, CA—The acquisition of 5 Peters Canyon is more of a financial value add—almost a “mid-term” strategy—with solid cash flow through the middle of the hold period in an incredible location, Pendulum’s Kevin Hayes tells GlobeSt.com.

  • What Diving into Local Senior-Housing Markets Reveals

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    What Diving into Local Senior-Housing Markets Reveals

    SAN DIEGO—One can make gross generalizations about the broad economy, but it’s also important to drill down into local markets to really get a sense of what’s happening—and it all depends on demand-and-supply characteristics, NIC’s Beth Mace tells GlobeSt.com in this Spring Investment Forum preview.

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