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    Several Houston Hotel Submarkets Are Struggling

    29 Sep, 2016

    A recent report by CBRE highlights Houston’s best- and worst-performing hospitality submarkets in terms of occupancy and RevPAR, and touched on the positive and negative outside economic factors that...

    California Legislative Analyst’s Report Debunks Claims Made by Split-Roll Proponents

    28 Sep, 2016

    There has been much talk in recent years about “splitting” California’s property tax system, thereby imposing a greater tax burden on the owners of commercial and industrial real estate. However,...

    Short Supply to Boost Charleston-area Commercial Real Estate Rental Prices

    27 Sep, 2016

    As Charleston continues to see impressive growth, demand for space in all commercial real estate sectors is outpacing supply. Rental prices will continue to escalate as commercial real estate in the...

    Philadelphia Bill Seeks to Close Transfer Tax Loopholes

    26 Sep, 2016

    Philadelphia City Councilman Al Taubenberger introduced legislation to close the loopholes that he says has allowed buyers and sellers of some of the city’s biggest commercial real estate...

    Airbnb Launches Program for Multifamily Building Owners to Share Profits

    23 Sep, 2016

    In an effort to get friendlier with multifamily building owners, home-sharing platform Airbnb launched its Friendly Building Program this month, which allows multifamily owners and community...

    Federal Official Warns of the Risk of Low Interest Rates on CRE Market

    22 Sep, 2016

    The Federal Reserve voted 7-3 to keep interest rates at their current level at its September meeting, despite Boston Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren expressing concern that leaving the...

    NREI: Best and Worst Office Markets for Revenue Growth

    21 Sep, 2016

    Based on data recently released by Research firm Reis Inc that shows office markets with the biggest year-over-year changes in effective revenue per sq. ft. during the second quarter of 2016, the...

    Denver City Council Approves $150M Affordable Housing Fund

    20 Sep, 2016

    The Denver City Council Monday night adopted new legislation that will establish the city's first-ever permanent affordable housing fund, which includes asking developers to pay a new per-square-foot...

    Job Growth, Technology Sector Fuel Kansas City Apartment Market

    15 Sep, 2016

    Kansas City has emerged as one the leading apartment markets in the Midwest as employment gains continue to fuel a healthy rental demand. For the last six years, greater Kansas City has experienced...

    Louisiana Stalls $15M in Property Tax Breaks for Manufacturers

    14 Sep, 2016

    The Louisiana Board of Commerce and Industry deferred action on more than two dozen requests for the Industrial Tax Exemption Program on Monday, which would equal about $15 million in property tax...

    Report: Connecticut Property Tax System is “Unsustainable”

    13 Sep, 2016

    A report from the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities said the state’s property tax system is “unsustainable” and urged legislators to take several steps to increase funding for local government...

    Despite Economists' Warning, Bay Area Suburbs Add Rent Control Measures to Ballot

    12 Sep, 2016

    As job growth continues to outstrip housing creation causing stratospheric rent increases, six Bay Area cities are adding rent- and eviction-control measures on this November's ballot. Since 2010,...

    No Rent Growth for Manhattan Landlords During Peak Apartment Leasing Season

    8 Sep, 2016

    As Manhattan’s peak apartment leasing season wrapped up in August, renters came out as the victors. While demand was still there, it didn’t translate into higher rents as it has in years past due to...

    As Construction Costs Rise, Affordable Housing Development Shrinks

    6 Sep, 2016

    Multifamily developers build tens of thousands of new apartments every year reserved for people with low incomes, using subsidies from government programs like the federal low-income housing tax...

    California Sees Steep Drop-Off in Hotel Sales After Record Year

    1 Sep, 2016

    After a record-shattering 2015, a combination of factors early in the year drove a 56% total-dollar-volume drop in California hotel transactions in the first half of 2016 compared to the same period...

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