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The Real Estate Market Looks Solid

By Brian Kline | January 5, 2015
Most indicators for the residential real estate market look solid as we begin 2015. Don't expect as much growth as we saw in 2013 and 2014 but the market has mostly recovered and will continue to expand at a healthy pace. The year of the Millennials. The market has been waiting for the Millenial generation […]
Featured News, US Real Estate

Unemployment Still Grips Atlanta Market - But Why?

By Phil Butler | May 12, 2011
An article I just read in the Atlanta Business Chronicle reveals once again the real key to the recovery of the real estate market - jobs. Just why top officials, industry experts, or even the savvy investor cannot grasp this simplest of economic indicators - this is the mystery of the Great Recession which never seems to end.
Residential, US Real Estate

Realty Trac: Foreclosures Decreased in 2010

By Tavis J. Hampton | February 25, 2011
Realty Trac, a website that serves as an open online marketplace for foreclosure purchases, announced its fourth quarter foreclosure sales report for 2010, revealing that the number of foreclosures actually decreased in 2010 but still accounted for 26 percent of all residential sales. In 2009, the percentage was 29.
Real Estate Investing

Inland Real Estate Group Among 10 Largest Equity Managers

By Tavis J. Hampton | January 28, 2011
Inland Real Estate Group of Companies Inc. named as one of the 10 largest managers of real estate equity assets in the world. With total managed assets in excess of $25.8 billion, Inland has managed to accomplish what not many could, ranking it among the top. Inland Institutional Capital Parnters strategy is to seek out large-scale investment opportunities for institutions, as well as Inland’s own real estate companies. They first launched their institutional fund in 2005 and have since formed investment partnerships in some of the worlds largest pension funds.
Coaching, US Real Estate

Underwater Home Owners Lose Mobility

By Joe Spake | January 25, 2011
Across the US there are homeowners faced with tough decisions. Not only concerning foreclosures and defaults, but getting out from under homes they cannot sell to take employment elsewhere. Anchored to properties that lost half their value when the bubble burst, some families have to decide between losing their home altogether and having gainful employment and a future.
Featured News, Real Estate

South Carolina Real Estate and the Reality of It All

By Phil Butler | January 25, 2011
You don't have to be a real estate tycoon or even a University business professor to understand the real estate industry and the job market walk hand in hand. When all else is said and done, without new and good paying jobs, no economic recovery is possible. University of South Carolina Professor William Harrison points the way to recovery, if no one else is willing.
US Real Estate

Real Estate Market Forecasts: Are They Inflated?

By Phil Butler | January 2, 2011
One economist warns investors of putting too much confidence in the real estate market just yet. One of the world's top portfolio experts, David Rosenberg, says the market is still too mercurial being propped up by government incentives. He warns that the economy and Wall Street are far too dependent still no what happens with the housing market. Are some experts inflating expectations? Without a recovered job situation, there is no chance for the housing situation in the long term.
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