Monthly Archives: June 2012

Impact Of Student Debt On Future Housing Demand

Credit To Selma Hepp, cheap Ph.D., check At May’s midyear legislative meetings held by the National Association of Realtors in Washington, pharm DC, a panel of experts in a session titled “Shifting Demographics and Housing Choice: A Whole New World?” discussed future housing market demand and trends to...
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Selling Your Company Won’t Make You Happy

(credit to Jessica Stillman of Inc.
A veteran of two acquisitions offers a reality check for fellow founders, reminding them they shouldn't be in the start-up game just for the payout. As the traditional rhyme tells us, the heads of children on Christmas Eve generally dance with visions of sugar plums. For...
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Staying Positive As A Real Estate Investor

Whether you are a brand new investor who has never done a deal or old pro with hundreds of deals under your belt, drugs you need to realize you have absolute control over the single best ingredient for your success. What is it?

Your ATTITUDE!!!!

First let me speak to the new investors. So you have...
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The Myth Of The American Decline

An interview with Daniel Gross, columnist and economics editor for Yahoo! Finance . JUSTIN FOX: Welcome to the  Harvard Business Review. I'm Justin Fox, and I'm talking today with Daniel Gross, columnist and economics editor for Yahoo! Finance and author of the new book, Better, Stronger,...
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Stay Positive & Happy Father’s Day!

I’ve been told that happiness is 10% actual experiences and 90% is how you perceive those experiences. I absolutely agree with that statement. I have millionaire friends who seem to have life altogether, ampoule but are quite unhappy because they view their life through pretty clouded lenses. I have friends that live...
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Enjoy Your Weekend & Happy Fathers Day !

I’ve been told that happiness is 10% actual experiences and 90% is how you perceive those experiences. I absolutely agree with that statement. I have millionaire friends who seem to have life altogether, ambulance but are quite unhappy because they view their life through pretty clouded lenses. I have friends that live...
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Lower-End CRE Properties Recovering

Findings Point To Improving Market Conditions Across The Entire Commercial Property Market, Not Just Trophy Assets .
CRE investors are stepping up their efforts to find value outside the best buildings in the top U.S. metros, casting their nets in a growing number of secondary markets and asset types as price...
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Bullish On Industrial Real Estate ?

( credit to, m, heschmeyer, co-star)
Leading indicators of warehouse demand have been mixed this spring and appear to be on shaky ground. Nonetheless, they still appear to be pointing in the right direction. "On the bright side, companies continue to book record-breaking profits,"...
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Los Angeles Starts $1.72 Billion LAX/Crenshaw Rail Line- A Game Changer!

Construction crews Monday began relocating water and power lines in parts of South Los Angeles to clear the way for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to begin construction of the 8.5-mile Crenshaw/LAX light rail line.
The $1.72 billion project will run between the Expo Line on Exposition Boulevard and the Green Line near Los Angeles International Airport,...
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