The Girl Scouts Have a Real Estate Strategy, and a Denver DreamLab - Bloomberg
Despite U.S. Economic Slowdown, Industrial Sector Remains Strong - The World Property Journal
Mortgage Delinquencies Decline 22 Straight Months in January ... - The World Property Journal
All Things Real Estate: HOA can make you move satellite dish if it ... - Fairfield Daily Republic
Debt funds alone cannot rescue commercial real estate - Euromoney magazine
European Residential REIT Announces Leadership Transition - GlobeNewswire
Before the Bell: Nikola’s 90 Million New Shares; Bitcoin Sells Off; Facebook to Reject Political Ads in Europe? - 24/7 Wall St.
ARA restructures European property lending business - Real Estate Capital Europe
Lawsuit alleges HSBC boss Noel Quinn pressured staff over loan to firm where his daughter worked - Financial News
Homebuyers chase their European dreams despite economic outlook - Financial Times
How to Make a Home in a Housing Crisis - Novara Media
Europe to avoid credit crunch, unlike the US, says ING - Real Estate Capital Europe
Markets in Q1: Moving fast and breaking things - Reuters.com
Corruption Case At Europe's Largest Real Estate Group - Vonovia ... - Mondaq News Alerts
Florida SBA outlines plan to align real estate portfolio with allocation ... - IPE Real Assets
Europe's inflation eases to 6.9% as energy falls but food up - Daily Independent
$13.7 Billion Commission Lawsuit Certified as Class Action
A federal judge yesterday affirmed class-action status for a suit targeting the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) and several real estate companies, potentially opening up the antitrust case to a huge number of recent—and future—home sellers. In her 54-page ruling, Judge Andrea R. Wood of the Northern District of Illinois denied a motion by NAR…
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Spring Thaw Lures Buyers Back Into the Housing Market
The recent six-month surge in active listings lost momentum, moderating to 59.9% year-over-year, and time on market shrank to 54 days, from January’s high of 74 days, as buyers eased back into the market in March, but higher mortgage rates could freeze them back out, according to a new report from Realtor.com. Realtor.com’s Monthly Housing…
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Mortgage Delinquencies Decrease Both Monthly and Annually
For the month of January, 2.8% of all mortgages in the U.S. were in some stage of delinquency, a 0.5 percentage point decrease compared with 3.3% last year and a 0.2 percentage point decrease compared with last month, according to a new report from CoreLogic. According to CoreLogic’s monthly Loan Performance Insights Report, in January…
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More Than 8 Million Adults Aren’t Caught Up On Rent
The high cost of housing isn’t just relegated to homeowners, with renters feeling the sting of rising prices. In fact, more than 8 million (13.17%) adults live in a household not caught up on rent payments, according to a new report from LendingTree. LendingTree’s new report, based on U.S. Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey data,…
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