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Top Risks for REITs in 2014

Top Risks for REITs in 2014

The BDO RiskFactor Report for REITs examines the most commonly noted risks and ranks them by order of frequency cited. In this year’s study, 94 percent of REITs say competition for lessees and prime real estate is a top risk. …

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Senior Housing in India

Senior Housing in India

East looks to West’s CCRC model.…

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KAVANTE’s Kim Price Takes MHN Inside the World of Custom Furniture Design

KAVANTE’s Kim Price Takes MHN Inside the World of Custom Furniture Design

Today's renter doesn't want to live in a cookie-cutter space and developers have become quite competitive as well as they strive to come up with unique offerings…

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SPECIAL REPORT: PREI Raises Concerns that Real Estate Valuations Could be Based on Quantitative Easing Worldwide

SPECIAL REPORT: PREI Raises Concerns that Real Estate Valuations Could be Based on Quantitative Easing Worldwide

Prudential Real Estate Investors said that commercial real estate prices are on the rise worldwide as economies rebound internationally, but expressed concern that loose monetary policy could be driving property valuations. …

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Stone Veneer Offers New Inspiration for Multifamily Developers

Stone Veneer Offers New Inspiration for Multifamily Developers

Stone is a key design element that breaks up the monolithic look while also minimizing mass.…

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Implementing a Community Services Program Boosts the Bottom Line

Implementing a Community Services Program Boosts the Bottom Line

Case studies have shown an 8 percent reduction in vacancy loss after a residents program is put in place. …

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A Place for All

A Place for All

Monroe Street Market brings an eclectic mix of offerings to DC’s Brookland and Edgewood neighborhoods.…

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MIPIM Special Series—Part Two: Bringing Logistics Back into the City Through Mixed-Use Developments

MIPIM Special Series—Part Two: Bringing Logistics Back into the City Through Mixed-Use Developments

Should logistics be permitted in the heart of urban areas? That question was addressed during the “Functional Diversity” session at the MIPIM Innovation Forum in March. …

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Why Florida is Looking Favorable for Multifamily

Why Florida is Looking Favorable for Multifamily

Cortland Partners recently entered the Florida market with the $40 million purchase of Harbor at Lake Howell, a 408-unit, garden-style community in Orlando. MHN talks to John Builder, director of investments for Cortland Partners, about why taking on Florida is key strategic move for the development company.…

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Selling Condo Hotels

Selling Condo Hotels

New SEC regulations facilitate the sale of condominium hotel units. …

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Infographic: Construction Industry on the Rise

Infographic: Construction Industry on the Rise

A look at the most profitable areas in the private sector for 2014.…

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The Ramifications of Mayor De Blasio’s Affordable Housing Plan

The Ramifications of Mayor De Blasio’s Affordable Housing Plan

The mayor of New York City, Bill De Blasio, recently announced a housing plan that will preserve and create a total of 200,000 affordable units. MHN talks to Bomee Jung, interim director at Enterprise Community Partners Inc., about what this plan means for affordable housing.…

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