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

India’s Private Equity Investments Increased 69% in 2011

By Tavis J. Hampton | January 12, 2012
Investment in private equity in India rose by 69% in 2011, according to the private equity research company Venture Intelligence. 53 private equity transactions in India raked in $2.68 billion, up from $1.58 billion through 55 investments in 2010. Many of India’s developers are coming to prefer private equity investments because of the scarcity of […]
Commercial Real Estate, US Real Estate

Prologis & Dalepak Limited Lease Deal

By Phil Butler | December 2, 2011
Industrial real estate giant Prologis, Inc. (NYSE: PLD) has just announced leasing Prologis Park Pineham DC139, a 139,000-square-foot building in the UK. Leaser Dalepak Limited, a logistics provider, obtains a 100 percent utilized property in the deal.
International, Real Estate, US Real Estate

New Zealand Property Market Moving Towards a Sellers' Market

By Allison Halliday | September 2, 2011
Spring has arrived early in the New Zealand real estate market, as new listings came online in early August, but thanks to high levels of sales the inventory is still low, according to data just released in the NZ Property Report, a monthly report compiled by Real estate.co.nz. The report found the number of new […]
Commercial Real Estate, Mortgage, Real Estate, US Real Estate

Commercial Mortgage Delinquencies At All Time High

By Donna S. Robinson | August 4, 2011
Trepp LLC, an analytical research firm, is reporting that U.S. commercial mortgage delinquency rates reached an all time high of 9.88% in July. According to Trepp, this is a new record for the commercial mortgage market. All of the ratings agencies have been reevaluating their ratings process and making changes. There is some concern that […]
Real Estate

Savannah Georgia Real Estate In Recovery

By Phil Butler | December 30, 2010
No region was more seriously affected by the recession than the deep South. Despite bank failures and foreclosures though, one city appears ready to emerge from economic disaster better than before perhaps. Savannah, Georgia is a good case study in how the market levels itself. The supply and price of properties there have apparently caused a turn around now. Real estate listings for Savannah reveal much about what could mean the revival of a once booming industry.
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