Monthly Archives: June 2014

Multifamily Sector Dodges Warnings

The multifamily market continues to post strong gains, despite warnings from analysts as early as 2011 saying that the sector was heading for a cool-down from competition over recovering home prices, The Wall Street Journal reports. As mortgage lending continues … Continue reading

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Blast from the Past May Revitalize Omaha

  The idea of enhancing Omaha’s transit options has been the subject of discussion for the past two decades, but over the past two-years details of the plan and efforts to secure federal funds for it have begun to come … Continue reading

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Shift From Suburbs to Cities a Costly Move

More Americans say they want the shorter commutes and nearby entertainment that come with living near the city center and they are shelling out big bucks to make that choice. This marks a shift away from suburban demand, which has … Continue reading

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Shopping Center Construction Ramps Up

  Shopping center completions rose last year for the first time since 2007. Nearly 400 new centers totaling more than 129 million square feet were delivered last year, according to data recently reported in Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Shopping Center … Continue reading

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