Real Estate/REITs

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DoubleLine Says It Is ‘Perfect Time' For New Real Estate ETF

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DoubleLine isn't alone in finding bright spots among the mortgage-backed securities rubble.

How 2022 Became A Record Year For U.S. Income Taxes

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The main reason tax receipts rose so high over the past couple of years is that asset prices rose so much.

Blackstone Raises More Than $30 Billion For Giant Real Estate Fund

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The global property fund targets opportunistic deals across sectors.

A $1.5 Trillion Wall Of Debt Is Looming For U.S. Commercial Properties

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Office and retail property valuations could fall as much as 40% from peak to trough, increasing the risk of defaults.

How To Spare Clients Stress And Taxes Solving The Retirement Mortgage Question

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Financial decisions that seem to make sense in the moment can in the long run cost individuals in both money and stress.

Investors Can Pick The 'Hot Spots' In International Real Estate, Consultant Says

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Selecting the right property means having reliable sources on the ground, Ronan McMahon said.

Billionaire Tom Steyer Plans Net Zero Apartment Upgrades Across U.S.

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The project will focus on markets including the Pacific Northwest, Colorado, California, Arizona and Texas.

Gundlach's DoubleLine Launches Real Estate And Mortgage ETFs At Tricky Time

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The new funds land at a potentially perilous time, but they could attract investors looking to ride a rebound.

Are Offices Truly Worth As Little As REITs Imply?

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Commercial property REITs have been crushed much more than the real estate itself.

Blackstone's BREIT Saw $4.5 Billion Of Withdrawal Requests

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The real estate industry has come under pressure as investors seek to reduce their exposure.

In Most Cities, Homes Still Sell Faster Than Before The Pandemic

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The rapid sales come despite the cooling in housing markets from the peak of the pandemic boom.

What's Driving The Racial Gap In Pre-Retiree Housing Wealth?

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Black pre-retirees enjoy a fraction of the housing wealth of white counterparts, Boston College says.

Buy-Or-Rent Premium Is Highest Since 2006 Housing Bubble

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Mortgage rates remain high despite slipping slightly in recent weeks.

Previously Owned Home Prices Fall For First Time Since 2012

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The median price slipped 0.2% in February from a year earlier to $363,000.

BREIT Can Now Be Traded Via New Alternative Trading Platform

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Even though Blackstone is still limiting redemptions, investors can now sell into private markets

A Hedge Fund Trader Gained 119% Betting Against Malls. Now He's Targeting Offices

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The U..S is expected to end the decade with about 330 million square feet of excess office space,

These 1980s Suburban Offices Back Blackstone's Securities In Default

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The notes are backed by a portfolio of Finnish offices and stores.

In Most Cities, Homes Still Sell Faster Than Before The Pandemic

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The rapid sales come despite the cooling in housing markets from the peak of the pandemic boom.

Americans Need To Be Richer Than Ever To Buy Their First Home

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The pandemic boom has given way to higher mortgage rates and tight inventory, further squeezing entry-level house hunters.

BREIT Limits Withdrawals For Fourth Consecutive Month

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The private real estate fund said the move was made because of excessive withdrawal requests.

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