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    We're celebrating our 30th anniversary by highlighting some of the most significant events in commercial real estate's history. This week: The end of paired-share REITs. Stay tuned for our weekly posts and follow along with us using the hashtag #CPETurns30.

    National 24 August 2017 20:18
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    National 18 October 2013 14:39
  • Close but No Cigar; Housing Affordability Drops

    Still no resolution was achieved at the White House regarding the debt ceiling. And housing affordability reached a four-year low in August because of increasing home prices this year and upticks in interest rates.

    National 15 October 2013 14:05
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    By Marcelo Bermúdez, President, Figueroa Capital Group, subsidiary of Charles Dunn Co.: Rarely is there a day that goes by where a client doesn't ask me if whatever we are trying to accomplish can be non-recourse or if certain covenants can be stripped during the negotiation process.

    National 18 September 2013 18:59

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