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Signs on a local Sears store indicating they are going out of business. Sears was once America’s largest retailer. Now over a decade old, the current U.S. economic expansion is officially the longest expansion in history as of July. Unfortunately, most people don’t realize just how reliant this expansion has been on aggressive central bank stimulus...
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MOVE OVER APARTMENT buildings: Warehouses are becoming sexier than ever to real estate investors. Though industrial real estate was hit hard during the recession and lagged in its recovery, it is now improving steadily and is perhaps the most desirable commercial real estate class, says Nick Vertucci, a real estate investor and CEO of The Nick Vertucci...
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It’s hard to disrupt the world of big-name private equity real estate funds and their billion-dollar deals. Yet, while celebrated investment firms amass outsize funds and scoop up trophy properties, they may not be earning the best returns on their investments. Private equity real estate asset managers such as Blackstone, Lone Star Funds and Brookfield...
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Last year, more than three-quarters of independent landlords in the U.S. told us they worked a full- or part-time job in addition to their work as a property owner. So if you own an investment property, there’s a pretty good chance you’re also working a day job. And because of that, there’s also a good chance you’ve run...
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