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CBRE Group Inc. and other big brokers are trying to muscle their way into the increasingly crowded but lucrative co-working business, aiming to help landlords create their own flex-space companies
As an analyst that covers all things networking, I’m afforded an opportunity to meet and advise many different companies around the world. Networking has certainly become interesting recently
Each year, Midwest Real Estate News elects a new class to its Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame. Our 2018 class has just been announced, and copies of that issue have been sent.
The Muller Company, a privately held real-estate investment, development and management firm, has earned the Accredited Management Organization (AMO) designation from the
Boulder says the rise in cap rates is mainly due to investor concern about the evolving retail environment, store footprints for big box retailers and the cost associated with filling big box
Jewel-Osco seems to be the hot grocery store brand for investors right now. The Boulder Group, a Wilmette, Illinois-based firm, recently completed the sale of a single-tenant net leased Jewel-Osco
Slowly but surely, a conversion from vacant retail properties to industrial retail space appears to be under way. That is the word from Los Angeles-based industrial real estate firm CBRE.
The Houston region registered increases in new home sales and prices in December, bucking the trends in other large Texas cities, a new report showed.
Ramona Wormley-Mitsis got welcome news in December: After years of waiting, the federal government had approved a subsidy that allowed her to rent a three-bedroom house
But the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) said Wednesday that builder confidence spiked last month thanks to a drop in interest rates.
The housing market is flashing signs of a bounce back in 2019. Home sales slowed last year as interest rates rose, and home values, which had risen for years, appeared to peak in many parts of the country. The government-backed mortgage financing
Mortgage application volume rose 13.5 percent last week, compared with the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association's seasonally adjusted index. That is its highest level since February and came after a 23 percent jump
The number of U.S. consumers who applied for loans to buy a home and to refinance one rose to an 11-month high last week, signaling that the recent drop in interest rates is reviving housing activity, the Mortgage Bankers Association said on Wednesday.
Mortgage applications increased 13.5 percent in the week ended Friday – its highest level since February 2018, the Mortgage Bankers Association said Wednesday. On an unadjusted basis, the association’s Market Composite Index increased 45 percent
A top Department of Housing and Urban Development official is leaving the agency Thursday following disagreements with other members of the Trump administration over housing policy
Julián Castro, the former mayor of San Antonio and housing secretary in the Obama administration, on Saturday joined the increasingly crowded field of candidates for the 2020
With the partial government shutdown on the verge of becoming the longest in U.S. history, many housing advocates fear thousands of low-income Americans are at risk of being evicted.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is hoping to find roughly $15 million to renew 170 contracts with private building owners who rent to poor Americans.
Cap rates in the single tenant net lease retail sector remained unchanged (6.25 percent) in the fourth quarter of 2018 when compared to the prior quarter. Cap rates for the office and industrial
After three successive quarterly increases, retail net lease cap rates were flat in 4Q 2018, ending the year at 6.25 percent, according to a new report from Wilmette, IL-based The Boulder Group.