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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (October 7, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
Appraisal Institute spearheads new Internet property database. 419
Bear Stearns offers take on five tough weeks. 805
Beaucoup construction bucks for properly positioned projects. Rosenberg, Wilhelm A. 477
Beginning of the end for NY's estate tax. 545
Capital markets turmoil suggests caution for NY real estate. Reiss, Dale Ann 685
Competitive conditions cause slowdown in hotel profits. 1423
Cuomo shares personal tragedy in unveiling new safety brochure. Weiss, Lois 567
Developer to build luxury community in Carmel, NY. 437
Don't push the panic button just yet. Stewart, Andrew 885
Downtown Brooklyn sees retail/commercial activity. 947
Downtown market remains healthy despite stock market concerns. Gartenberg, James 467
Dramatic change occurring in real estate marketing. Southard, Bill 957
Effective expands services. 350
Financial market volatility changing lender environment. Bruck, Stuart A. 413
Fines and court appearances: just taking care of business. Campenni, Thomas F. Column 810
For commercial leasing in Midtown, it's business as usual. Lichtenberg, Jeffrey 360
Former IBM ulster, NY facility to be auctioned. 377
Hot residential markets reward creative acquisitions. Eisenberg, David E. 638
Leasing impressive despite financial markets downturn. Heyman, Stephen 313
Musical chairs is no game to tenants. Hart, Angela 1069
Office leasing still blazing in Manhattan. 1014
Real estate buying opportunities could come from stock market woes. Sass, Robert A. 493
Record number of loans made despite Asian & Russian flu. Schnall, Steven 950
Remaining strong in a tumultuous conduit market. Hewitt, Susan 374
Rents rising as eager tenants face limited supply. Rotante, Ted 679
Report predicts continued demand for area apartments. 388
Sell or hold: understanding taxes and capital costs. Freud, Marc 631
Strong activity marks third quarter in Manhattan. 864
Structuring landmark sales is formula for success. 829
Surge of activity continues in Manhattan. Goldenberg, Charles 424
Terminal is once again grand. Weiss, Lois 1133
Timing the market: how long will the good times last? Rockett, Nathaniel C. 673
Trump building at 40 Wall Street is unveiled. 593
Vacancy rates level playing field in landlords' market. 398
Westchester/Fairfield sees return of build-to-suit and spec construction. Friedman, David J. 1225
What kind of year has it been so far? Consolo, Faith Hope 676

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