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NYC’s Real Estate Market: Roaring Housing Prices Show No Signs of Slowdown

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“The story that I’m seeing across the board: All segments are transacting. New York [real estate] is back, and people want to be here.” – Christopher Kromer, Brown Harris Stevens Statistically, that’s an excellent summation of New York City’s real estate market. While real estate was least of all financial asset classes hit by the …

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As Fall 2021 Approaches, Will the Housing Market Cool Off?

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Today’s hot housing market is one of the peculiar outliers to the pandemic (Campisi, Forbes). Housing supply was already low before COVID-19, however it was even further hampered, as lockdowns took place, enticing people to begin looking for new homes. Experts have attributed this to a desire to leave populated cities for better home offices …

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Liquidity for India’s REIT Market to Improve Based on Revised SEBI Norms

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As we’ve highlighted before, real estate is by far the biggest asset class in the world. A short time back, there was a relaxation in investment norms and real estate investment trusts by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). Real estate investment companies directly impacted praised SEBI’s initiative (Nandy, MINT). Specifically, they were …

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The United States NO LONGER Leads the World in CRE Investing

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It’s been covered extensively, but the COVID-19 pandemic has not been kind to CRE investment. Unfortunately, from looking at Real Capital Analytics CRE investment numbers for July 2021 and the general trajectory over a longer-term period, the CRE investing landscape in the US is not likely to change anytime soon (Clark, 2021). That considers far …

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Study Finds Long, Working Hours Kill Nearly a Million Individuals a Year

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According to the WHO (World Health Organization), long-working hours are directly attributed to the death’s of thousands, upon thousands, upon thousands in global cities (check out this past year, alone). We’re talking about nearly a million people in 2016 alone. The study – again conducted by the incredibly prestigious WHO and cited in BBC News …

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