Real Estate

While rent control appears to help housing providers in the short run, in the long run it affects their investment and development plans, according to new research by the National Apartment Association (NAA). Potential actions include reducing investments, shifting plans to other markets and canceling plans altogether. Furthermore, a full two-thirds of housing providers would
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Forbes Global Properties This architectural home in Breckenridge, Colorado, is a standout with distinctive steel truss construction and metalwork accents. A pivoting front door and custom cold-poured steel walls set the dwelling’s design further apart in the resort town. Outshining the mountain contemporary itself, however, is the location. “Second to none,” says listing agent David
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Global warming has already caused irreversible damage to the earth’s ecosystems and communities, according to a critical report just issued from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The damage is extending to the U.S. housing market, which just saw unprecedented snow and flooding in California, as well as unusual winter tornados in the
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Billionaire Lance Gokongwei is spending 73.6 billion pesos ($1.3 billion) this year to ready his sprawling conglomerate to reap the fruits of a post-pandemic recovery. His family’s JG Summit is stepping up investments in each of its major businesses—airline, hotels and banking—to tap resurgent demand in the Philippines and key markets across Southeast Asia. More
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The owner of a building in the New York suburbs (let’s call it the Julex Tower) opened negotiations with a possible buyer. As is customary, the owner and possible seller asked the possible buyer to sign a confidentiality agreement, agreeing not to share information about Julex Tower or the possible sale. Like most other confidentiality
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There’s something happening at the nation’s malls, department stores and discount retailers. Smaller brands are setting up shop within these emporiums, providing a fresh offering for shoppers—and a new way for larger retailers to keep pace with rapidly evolving consumer trends. While the concept of a specialized offering surrounded by general merchandise isn’t new—it’s the
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