Austin-Area Home Sales Dip In January; Price Growth Slows

In a shift from the typical upward trend for Central Texas, home sales declined in January and home price appreciation slowed, the Austin Board of Realtors said Tuesday. January's 1,598...

Business, Housing Targeted For Historic Site In Downtown Miamisburg

Miamisburg is agreeing on a deal to bring more downtown businesses and housing as part of a $1.4 million project officials say is the largest public/private redevelopment partnership for...

Housing Bills Sponsored By Portland Legislators Draw Complaints From East Side

As Oregon communities struggle to fix housing problems, solutions sponsored by legislators on the west side of the state are drawing complaints from Eastern Oregon. The city of Hermiston is...

Wealth Management Firm Opens New Office At Snyder Square

Turning Tides Financial, LLC, a women-owned wealth management firm based in Western New York, announced the opening of its new office at Snyder Square, at 4476 Main St., Suite...

Amazon’s New York Plans Are Still A Go, LIC President Says

Despite a flurry of speculation over whether Amazon would cancel plans for a major expansion in New York City, for some of those involved with the Long Island City...

13 Takeaways From The MBA CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention &Amp; Expo 2019

In spite of a chaotic political environment at home and abroad and volatility in the stock market, debt capital should continue to flow freely into the commercial real estate...

A Look At NYCHA’s Plans To Improve Public Housing

Change can’t come soon enough for thousands of people who had no heat in their homes on the freezing cold days of January 2019 at public housing properties across...

Investors Bank Reports $2.48B Total CRE Loan Volume for 2018

Investors Bank recently reported that its commercial real estate lending volume exceeded $2.48 billion for the year ending on Dec. 31, 2018. The loans were used to refinance existing commercial...

CRE Pros Give President Trump a 50% Approval Rating

Commercial real estate professionals are split on their assessment of President Donald Trump’s performance in the wake of the longest-ever federal government shutdown and with another potential one looming,...

A Shortage of Labor is Squeezing Hotel Sector Profits

Room rates in the hotel sector are not rising fast enough to keep pace with the increasing wages of hotel workers, according to some experts in the sector. “Expenses are going...

Family Offices Question How Workforce Automation And Co-Working May Impact CRE...

As is the case with so many commercial real estate investors, family offices are carefully monitoring the direction of interest rates and other economic trends. But any uncertainty they...

Property Taxes Dropping In Half Of King County Cities After Years...

After years of big property-tax increases in King County, taxes are going up just $20 this year for the median homeowner, while homeowners in about half of cities will...