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The American dream's: Worst Nightmare. Aug 1, 2011 2145
Foreclosure city; expert are starting to see some light at the end of the foreclosure tunnel, judging by the latest available statistics. It's encouraging, yet we remain at a precarious point in the turnaround for markets such as Las Vegas; Cleveland; and Riverside, California. Mar 1, 2010 3997
Canada's conservative side. Oct 1, 2007 2427
Fort mixed use; For sale: 214,300 acres of federally owned, military base land with functional and historic buildings; some working airfields and ports included. Great opportunity for bold developers and bolder lenders. Inevitably requires costly contaminated-land cleanup. Possible unexploded ordnance. Sale ends Sept. 15, 2011. Jul 1, 2007 4973
The hotel acquisition binge: foreign investors swept across Canada in late 2006, spending billions to buy the Fairmont (probably its oldest) and Four Seasons (indisputably its most glamorous) hotel chains. These deals were the culmination of a string of acquisitions that has globalized most of Canada's innkeepers. Jan 1, 2007 2463
The trendy European market: U.S. lenders have set their sights on the European commercial real estate market. Though facing competition on all flanks and a minefield of different tax regimes and entrenched regulations, the market's appeal is luring waves of new players from across the Atlantic. Jul 1, 2006 3243
Boom town: billions of dollars of real estate development are rolling out across Nevada's Las Vegas valley. Not just more casinos, high-rise hotels and condos, but low-rise office and industrial parks, shopping malls and subdivisions sprawling into the desert. Lenders are keeping busy. Jan 1, 2006 2727
Trouble on the links: for all their country-club glamour, immaculately groomed greens and undulating fairways, golf courses in America are overbuilt and being sold at deep discounts. Lenders are being much more conservative, and developers are advised to include houses on the courses. Oct 1, 2005 3248
Continental pension power: with assets closing in on half a trillion dollars in their combined portfolios, two pension fund superpowers in the United States and Canada epitomize the globalization of real estate transactions. Jul 1, 2005 2468
Hotels are hot: business and leisure travelers are streaming back to hotels and resorts, propelling a healthy lodging industry recovery after a painful three-year slump. Major chains are beating their own forecasts for second-quarter 2004 earnings. Profitability, investors and lenders are all back. But will it last? Oct 1, 2004 2918
Comeback city: New York City has fully awakened from its Sept. 11, 2001, nightmare, with more than 11.5 million square feet of office space under construction or planned--and that's just in Manhattan. Rental and condo buildings are popping up everywhere, and multibillion-dollar waterfront projects are in the works. Cover Story Jul 1, 2004 2338
Tenant power: tenants are being offered all kinds of concessions by office landlords to attract them to their buildings. This is the result of a weak office market, where vacancy rates have edged up to and beyond 20 percent in some markets. Apr 1, 2004 3863
Condo mania: construction starts and sales of condominiums are surging, from affordable studio units to million-dollar-plus high-rise penthouses, although the market varies in different parts of the country. We explore conditions in several cities where the market for condos has become something to crow about. Sep 1, 2003 3094
Rebooting terrorism insurance. (Cover Report: Legislative/Regulatory). Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 2002 4064
Pension funds love real estate. (Cover Report: Commercial). Statistical Data Included Jul 1, 2002 2845
The terrorism insurance impasse. (Commercial). Brief Article May 1, 2002 4251
The aftershocks of Sept. 11. Dec 1, 2001 3467
Wanted: Affordable apartments. (Affordable housing). Statistical Data Included Nov 1, 2001 3142
HOME SWEET (Unaffordable) HOME. Cover Story Aug 1, 2001 4987
U.S. Retailers Are SOLD ON Canada. Jul 1, 2001 3352
Toronto's Renewal. Mar 1, 2001 3572
Winging it on the Web. Brief Article Dec 1, 2000 3338
Under Construction. Nov 1, 2000 3068
Lenders of the World Unite! (In Cyberspace). Aug 1, 2000 3131
Checking Out CANADA'S HOTEL MARKET. Industry Overview Jul 1, 2000 2936
Wrapping Up Canada's Malls. Jun 1, 2000 3661
CANADA's Housing Markets in FULL BLOOM. Apr 1, 2000 3376
GO WEST Or [sim] Maybe HEAD SOUTH. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 2462
HOUSING THE Seniors' Boom. Dec 1, 1999 3099
Foreign investors are drawn to Canada. Nov 1, 1997 3822
Canada's booming housing markets. May 1, 1997 3633
In search of international investors. Jun 1, 1995 2644
Canada's rising star. Jun 1, 1991 1810
Detente & development. Oct 1, 1990 2291
The market to the north: the Canadian commercial property market is going through its own lean times, with an overbuilt office sector and increasingly cautious lenders. Jul 1, 1990 2919

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