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CHICAGO—The Urban Land Institute and PwC released the 35th edition of Emerging Trends in Real Estate, a joint publication based on interviews and surveys they did with over 1,000 professionals, during last week’s ULI Fall Meeting in Chicago. As reported in GlobeSt.com last week, one of the findings was that the US real estate recovery will continue and strengthen in 2014. The researchers also believe that in 2014 investors will increasingly drive growth in secondary markets since higher yields will be increasingly difficult to find in the core cities that so far have been the focus of the recovery.

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