Real Estate/REITs Articles

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Virginia Sues 13 Banks For $1.15 Billion Alleging Fraud

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In its largest financial fraud claim ever, Virginia says 13 bank units misled the state’s retirement system about the sale of residential mortgage-backed securities.

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Greenspan Says U.S. Hindered As Construction Dead In Water

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Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the U.S. economic rebound has been hindered by a slump in the construction industry.

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Non-U.S. Real Estate ETFs Building Strong Returns

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Investors are putting money into real estate companies outside the U.S. at a record pace as interest rates recede, economies expand and opportunities remain to buy assets at discounts.

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Retirement Advisors Should Discuss Housing With Clients

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Financial planners do clients a great service by helping them assess various housing choices, says columnist Dan Moisand.

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Inflation Preparation

by Marla Brill

Charles Bobrinskoy has positioned his fund to benefit when inflation heats up.

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Bigger Down Payments Add To First-Time Homebuyer Blues

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The median down payment for the cheapest 25 percent of properties sold in 2013 was $9,480 compared with $6,037 in 2007.

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Self-Storage REIT Soars 37% As Small Spaces Yield Big Returns

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In a world where people collect too much stuff, the hottest REITs in an already hot REIT market are self-storage trusts.

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Gundlach Details How Demographics Will Alter Housing, Hurt Home Builders

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Home ownership won't drive the economy the way it used to as renters rule and more millennials reject ownership, DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach predicts.

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Twitter NYC Headquarters Sells To Schorsch REIT For $335 Million

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New York REIT Inc., led by Nicholas Schorsch, agreed to pay $335 million for a two-building property that’s home to Twitter's East Coast headquarters.

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U.S. Urban Apartment Boom Fueled By Renters Trading Size For Frills

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Young professionals are paying top-market rents and sacrificing living space to live in new upscale apartment towers sprouting in Nashville and other downtowns across the country.

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