Real Estate, Real Estate Investing, Residential, US Real Estate

CT Realty Relocates It’s West Coast Assets

By Rhett Butler | May 21, 2011
Yesterday, CTRI, better known as CT Realty Investors, disclosed that it has officially sold their dossier for their warehouse, office and residential holdings positioned in Southern California, for over $30 million.
Advertising, US Real Estate

HomeHeads to Build Trust in California Realtors

By Mike Wheatley | May 2, 2011
While the debate about whether to buy or not to buy continues to rage, there is another heated arguments doing the rounds that we like to think shouldn’t even be on the agenda – DIY.
Featured News, Home Builders/Developer's

FHLBank San Francisco Gives $36.6M in Housing Grants

By Tavis J. Hampton | February 23, 2011
The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco announced the second round of winners in its 2010 funding competition, awarding $36.6 million in Affordable Housing Program (AHP) grants.  The grants will help fund 60 projects with affordable housing needs in Nevada, Illinois , Colorado, New Jersey, Washington, California, and Arizona.  The projects will help create […]
Real Estate Investing, US Real Estate

Calpers Looks at Dropping Stocks From Property Portfolio

By Ryan Cox | February 14, 2011
Calpers, better known as the colossus California pension fund, is proposing to eliminate Real Estate stocks from its property portfolio. The proposal significantly weakens efforts by Real Estate investment trusts to convince institutional investors to increase their Real Estate investment trusts (REIT) holdings.
US Real Estate

California Home Sales Up in December

By Tavis J. Hampton | January 22, 2011
California, the state hit hardest with foreclosures, appears to steadily be climbing from the cellar of real estate economies. Buyers there seem to be taking advantage of the market, last month's increase of almost 6 percent in sales being the prime indicator. Experts think the market actually hit bottom and it now rebounding. C.A.R reports sales up over November, but still beneath 2009's figures.
US Real Estate

NAHB Upbeat About 2011 Housing Starts

By Phil Butler | January 16, 2011
Economists who appears at the Orlando NAHB International Business' show last week suggest the housing market will see gradual improvement this year. Citing recent momentum as the reason for optimism, the group expects the industry to seek higher ground in 2011.
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