The Trepp survey for the week ending July 11, 2014, showed spreads widening +/–2 basis points as the financial markets tried to process the twin geopolitical upheavals that grabbed everyone’s attention last week.
Though New York City recently surpassed its own high-water mark with more than 4 million private sector jobs, the unemployment rate is well above the national average at 7.9 percent.
The Bloomberg Philanthropies’ “Mayors’ Challenge” has been transferred to Europe this year with a grand prize of €5 million ($6.7 million) for the winning city.
Domestically produced energy, 3-D printing, and devices that communicate with each other all have potential to change the environment for real estate.
Sir Bob Parker was mayorof New Zealand’s second-largest city, Christchurch, when it was devastated by a series of violent earthquakes in 2011.
James Goodell, the founding chairman of ULI Los Angeles and president of Public Private Ventures (PPV), a real estate and planning firm, died Sunday morning at his home in Pasadena, California, after a long battle with stomach cancer. In addition to his wife, Nancy, he is survived by his children Josh and Melissa, and five grandchildren.
Employer-assisted rental housing helps attract faculty in a high-cost Washington, D.C., suburb.
The Real Estate Research Corporation has released its buy/sell/hold recommendations for the first and second quarters of 2014 based on an investor attitude survey, with significant movement at the property-sector level.
ULI visiting senior fellow Gabe Klein shares his thoughts on why the quarter acre in the suburbs was a blip in a long-term trend favoring city life.
Turning Singapore into the Amsterdam of Asia won’t happen overnight – and that’s not even the point.