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After years of little office construction, development has been picking up over the past year and a half throughout the U.S.
The gloves are off in the battle for third place in the commercial real-estate services industry.
For the first time in years, office building developers are moving ahead with speculative projects in Charlotte, N.C., a sign of growing strength in second-tier cities.
CheckMate, a San Francisco startup that enables hotel guests to use their mobile phones to check in at hotels, has struck a new deal that will allow customers on Expedia, and other online travel agents to use the service.
After years of being classified with banks and money managers, mall-owners, office landlords and other property companies are getting their own sector in one of the most closely followed stock market indices in the world.
In anticipation of Veterans Day, real-estate-information site Trulia Inc. took a look at what metro areas have the highest and lowest concentrations of Americans who served in wars. Generally, Trulia chief economist Jed Kolko found that veterans tended to live in more rural areas. Show More Summary
n anticipation of Veterans Day, real-estate-information site Trulia Inc. took a look at what metro areas have the highest and lowest concentrations of Americans who served in wars. Generally, Trulia chief economist Jed Kolko found that veterans tended to live in more rural areas. Show More Summary
U.S. real estate investment trusts are revamping their executive compensation packages partly in response to the increased scrutiny on the subject resulting from the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act in 2010. REIT pay packages increasingly...Show More Summary
Detroit’s exit from bankruptcy wouldn’t herald an immediate boon for the beleaguered metro area’s housing market, but it least signals a step in a better direction. A federal judge approved Detroit’s bankruptcy plan Friday.
Investors are betting that a potential spinoff of some of Sears Holdings Corp.’ s property holdings into a real-estate investment trust might give the ailing retailer a boost, but some analysts aren’t so sure.
Lawrence Yun, the National Association of Realtor’s chief economist, is optimistic about the new home market–even more so than home builders.
The National Association of Realtors released data showing how home prices have changed in 172 metropolitan areas.
A top housing regulator on Friday said that a lack of demand to buy homes might be slowing the housing recovery, while providing slightly more details about a program that some critics have said could open the door to risky lending practices.
The mobile hotel booking service HotelTonight has been on a hiring spree, luring an executive from the online streaming music service Beats Music and a consultant to the home-sharing company Airbnb.
A venture led by developer Trumark Homes is paying roughly $200 million for 184 acres of raw land in the hill country east of the Bay Area in a sign that demand remains strong for land in the top housing markets.
Google has signed a lease for 180,000 square feet at 85 Tenth Ave., a brick former Nabisco cookie factory by the High Line.
Wall Street continued to push shares of CBRE Group and JLL closer to their 52-week highs Friday encouraged by the third quarter financial results posted by the world's two largest commercial real estate services firms earlier in the week.
Meritage Homes Corp. has adopted a risky strategy to compete with the less-expensive market for existing homes: building more homes on speculation.
Developer Larry Silverstein on Tuesday secured the money needed to construct his long-planned 1,170-foot 3 World Trade Center, selling nearly $1.6 billion of of tax-exempt bonds.
Two buyers, including UBS Global Asset Management, have agreed to pay nearly $700 million for nine luxury apartment complexes in the southeast developed by Crescent Communities LLC, one of the largest rental apartment deals of the y...