The documents, which include emails and memos from the months preceding the government’s final decision, may be used in a suit filed by Fairholme Funds Inc.
LoftSmart makes money by charging property managers a fee, typically from 4 percent to 8 percent, on transactions that close via its website.
Advocates for commercial real estate are eager to preserve the kinds of ownership entities, like partnerships or limited liability companies, that most apartment firms use to do business.
In a Q&A with NREI, Toomey discusses the challenges facing commercial real estate, the role of the suburbs in today’s market and the outlook for the multifamily sector.
JLL Income Trust bought a high-end apartment project in Wilsonville.
On Thursday, a key Senate committee plans to hold a hearing on the nation’s system for funding home loans that will feature small lenders.
Tertiary markets can be fragile. Investors who have local knowledge of the market may be best positioned to succeed.