Good afternoon investors! In today’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at how a China wealth fund is active in US real estate deals, which potential tax reforms are the most worrisome for apartment experts, and whether stricter rent rules are to blame for Brooklyn’s commercial real estate slump.
CIC disclosed in a U.S. regulatory filing that it holds about a 15.5 percent stake in the lender through affiliate Flourish Investment Corp.
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.
New report by TerraCRG says deal volume dropped to $2.7 billion in first half of 2017, but there are signs of life
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