There are many homeowners still struggling a decade after the housing crisis, MarketWatch reports. Billions of dollars are flowing into real estate funds focused on disadvantaged neighborhoods in the U.S., according to the Wall Street Journal...
The Wall Street Journal looks at the appeal of co-living projects. Interest rate hikes will cause the next financial crisis, according to Forbes. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
The Windy City is the only undervalued housing market in a survey of 20 financial centers by UBS Group AG, partly due to its widely publicized fiscal problems and rents rising faster than home prices.
The city’s proposed homeless aid tax on businesses with gross receipts above $500 million might drive some large employers to move, a controller’s report found.
Eddie Lampert’s hedge fund, ESL Investments Inc., would be the main beneficiary of the proposed Sears restructuring plan.
In Loudoun County, Va., prices of $1 million per acre for data center land have become a standard in recent months.