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    Proposed Tax Cuts Could Mean $910 Million Deficit for Kansas

    30 Apr, 2012

    If a proposed income and property tax reduction plan goes in to effect as planned in 2018, the state of Kansas could face a $910 million budget deficit. According to The Wichita Eagle, the tentative...

    Repeal of Personal Property Tax in Ohio is Attracting New Business

    27 Apr, 2012

    The state of Ohio is already attracting investments and new businesses only two years after it phased out its tax on business and commercial equipment. According to MLive, Ohio attracted the most...

    Managing Below the Line: The Hotel Assets - More than Just Real Estate

    26 Apr, 2012

    Hotels are unlike the usual institutional grade real estate investments, especially when it comes to valuing the real estate for taxation purposes. Hotels are the only class of real estate...

    As Job Market Strengthens, Leasing Activity Should Follow

    25 Apr, 2012

    Beginning later in 2012, improvements in employment growth should begin to have as much an impact on leasing activity for the office and industrial sectors as the lack of new supply. According to...

    Senate Majority Leader Wants Personal Property Tax Bills Done by Summer

    24 Apr, 2012

    Michigan Senate Majority Leader, Randy Richardville, wants the Personal Property Tax reform package on the Governor's desk before summer break, and believes that the issue should be addressed...

    Risk May Equal Reward with Value-Add Industrial Properties

    23 Apr, 2012

    While still few in number, value-add industrial opportunities are available across the country, no matter where a particular market is in its recovery cycle. According to GlobeSt.com, the key when...

    Iowa Business Property Tax Deal in Reach

    20 Apr, 2012

    Iowa Republican and Democratic legislative leaders have narrowed their differences on plans to overhaul the commercial property tax system, and plan to have approval before this year's session ends....

    New Apartment Construction Coming to Market

    19 Apr, 2012

    As the multi-family industry of commercial real estate continues to outperform other sectors, developers are planning on opening hundreds of thousands of new apartment units over the next few years....

    Hotel Growth in the United States Continues to Slow

    18 Apr, 2012

    Activity in the US hotel industry remained flat over the month of March after only the slightest of increases in February. According to e-forecasting.com's Hotel Industry Pulse index (HIP), which...

    Las Vegas Commercial Real Estate Vacancies Remain Elevated

    17 Apr, 2012

    Newly released data from the first quarter of 2012 shows that Las Vegas, Nevada commercial real estate continues to be amongst the worst in the nation. According to VEGAS INC, the commercial real...

    Rebound Helps Nation's Golf Economy Reverse Recent Declines

    16 Apr, 2012

    For the first time in half a decade, golf in the United States is growing as the economic recovery strengthens. According to the Cape Cod Times, the number of rounds played on American courses has...

    Foreclosure Filings Down 16% from Q1 2007

    13 Apr, 2012

    The national foreclosure rate decreased 2% from the fourth quarter of 2011 to the first quarter of 2012, but a spike in short sales over the last couple of months could lead to a surge in foreclosure...

    Significant Assessment Increases for MN Commercial Property Owners

    12 Apr, 2012

    Commercial real estate assessment values across the state of Minnesota have significantly increased, leading to tax bills rising by over 6% on average. While the nation's commercial real estate...

    New Reports Highlight Continued Growth in Commercial Real Estate

    11 Apr, 2012

    Commercial Real Estate across the nation is continuing on the path of recovery, led by the office, industrial, and retail sectors. According to a research report from CoStar Group, while not out of...

    Tenant Concessions on the Rise in Washington D.C.

    10 Apr, 2012

    Landlords of commercial properties in Washington D.C. are increasingly offering free rent and tenant improvements in order to keep rental rates artificially high and preserve property values....

    Montgomery County Property Values Plunge $10 Billion

    9 Apr, 2012

    Montgomery County, Maryland is seeing its property values drop over $10 billion since fiscal year 2011. According to The Washington Examiner, taxable property values are projected to fall to $157.1...

    Nationwide Apartment Vacancies Drop to 4.9 Percent

    6 Apr, 2012

    Apartment vacancies fell to 4.9% in the first quarter, the lowest rate since the fourth quarter of 2001. According to Reis Inc., national vacancies have improved beyond the benchmark 5% level used as...

    Iowa Governor Looking to Overhaul Commercial Property Tax System

    5 Apr, 2012

    Iowa Governor, Terry Branstad, wants 2012 to be the year to reform the state's commercial and industrial property taxes, which are among the highest in the nation. According to Branstad, the higher...

    Commercial Owners Gain in Property Tax Appeals

    4 Apr, 2012

    In a time where commercial property values in New York State are falling, companies are saving money by contesting the assessed values of their buildings. According to The New York Times, negotiated...

    Manufacturing Up, Construction Spending Down in First Quarter

    3 Apr, 2012

    Manufacturing growth picked up across the nation last month, but new construction continues to struggle as spending suffered its biggest drop in seven months. According to data from the Commerce...

    Denver Commercial Real Estate Markets Improve in Q1

    2 Apr, 2012

    The Denver, Colorado commercial real estate market continued improving over the first quarter as the office, retail, and industrial sectors all absorbed more space than was left vacant. According to...

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