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Adjustment in Commercial Real Estate

Finally some meetings of the minds?
Posted by John McClelland on August 23, 2010 in No Category
We have discussed the buyer-seller disconnect several times. Few commercial transactions have been consumated in the past couple of years as sellers have either refused to lower prices due to a different read of the fundamentals, they cannot liquidate due to capital constraints (writedowns for bank owned) or that they simply do not understand what they own or just replace number driven judgements with hope. Similarly, some buyers are unrealistic about pricing. They often believe that everything is distressed and ca... read more
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Bank of America Cuts Principal for Some Customers

Repost from Black & Lobello
Posted by Randi Kolesar on March 26, 2010 in No Category
Coldwell Banker Premier Realty has partnered with one of the most dynamic, aggressive law firms in Las Vegas to assure our clients are protected during the Short Sale process. Yesterday, it was announced that Bank of America will cut loan principal for some customers. Below is a blog entry written by Black & Lobello's own Tisha Black-Chernine, Esq. Reposted with permission. Bank of America Will Cut Loan Principal for Some Customers On March 25, 2010, in Mortgage, Real Estate, by blacklobellolaw... read more
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Coldwell Banker Premier Realty Developer & Investment Services Newsletter

Market IQ
Posted by Kristi Pritchett on April 28, 2010 in No Category

Here are the latest happenings in the Las Vegas real estate market! Check out our April newsletter.

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For the latest happenings in the Las Vegas real estate market. January is off to a good start...Q1 is going to be busy and investor interest is swelling.

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Housing component of CPI, examination of China RE

Up there, down here
Posted by John McClelland on April 17, 2010 in No Category
We put a lot of focus on the Las Vegas real estate market. After all, we sell large amounts of real estate here. Our view cannot be too myopic however, so observations of global trends are necessary. For the past couple of years I've been looking at China real estate. Its difficult to grasp the magnitude of China's deals because a lot goes un-reported. But I recall seeing cranes everywhere in Beijing and Shanghai. Sure, demographics push a lot of this and a growing consumer base is the genesis of demand for these h... read more
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