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The Federal Reserve plans to take initial steps toward rewriting the rules for lending in low income neighborhoods, reports the Wall Street Journal. Almost 90 percent of New York City's bars and restaurants could not pay their

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The Shanghai-based and U.S.-listed Huazhu Group is keeping an eye out for foreign acquisition targets.

(Bloomberg)—China’s biggest hotel operator is looking to acquire foreign

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The CEO of the upscale athletic apparel seller says its stores have remained profitable and serve as an anchor for loyal customers.

(Bloomberg)—The pandemic may have wiped out demand for apparel and

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Video is easily the richest and densest variation of content currently available for real estate pros looking to tell a story.

Almost everyone has heard the old expression “a

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Valuation experts are still struggling to get a handle on current market conditions.

One thing that buyers and sellers can agree on these

U.S. 30-year bonds led the rise, sending the rate down by as much as six basis points.

(Bloomberg) -- U.S. Treasuries advanced as fears over spiking coronavirus cases weighed on stocks and raised concern over

The National Apartment Association has filed a lawsuit challenging the national eviction moratorium ordered by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention earlier this month, reports GlobeSt.com. Over the weekend, the port of Savannah welcomed the largest container ship to ever dock on

The bond’s performance shows how rapidly the pandemic is deepening losses in a sector.

(Bloomberg) -- Bond investors who wagered on a group of malls owned by Barry Sternlicht’s Starwood Capital Group are starting to take

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A “downturn” may not be the right word when it comes to CRE, says PGIM Real Estate’s Todd Goldberg. A “bifurcation of the market” might be more accurate.

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A “downturn” may not be the right word when it comes to CRE, says PGIM Real Estate’s Todd Goldberg. A “bifurcation of the market” might be more accurate.

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