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In this section we've added RSS feeds from GlobeSt.com, CREOnline.com and the Wall Street Journal.  Click on a headline for a full story, then hit your back arrow for more headlines.

    
GlobeSt.com Headlines
SAN DIEGO--The highly skilled and educated workforce combined with an ideal quality of life make this office market attractive to the core-plus and value-add investor, president Tim Ballard tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .
FOOTHILL RANCH, CA--CBRE's Kevin Shannon tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY that there are 'lots of green lights' for lending in the Orange County office arena, and lenders are beginning to loosen their underwriting standards.
SACRAMENTO--GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY learns that El Dorado Village, a value-add asset with an 'exceptional location' changes hands.
MIAMI--Why would multinationals prefer Broward County over Coral Gables or Downtown Miami? Hogan's Stephen Smith gives GlobeSt.com's Jennifer LeClaire his take on the topic.
NEW YORK CITY--Purchased in conjunction with Nelson Management Group, the property will offer affordable housing.
      
CPNOnline.com Headlines
      
Wall Street Journal CRE Headlines
A roundup of real-estate news in the Greater New York area.
Lawmakers in several states, led by Nevada, are moving to rein in construction-defect laws, a change that would curtail allegedly frivolous litigation but also make it more difficult for homeowners with legitimate claims to sue home builders over flaws.
Nadim Ashi plans to build a Four Seasons hotel and condos behind the legendary Surf Club in Miami Beach, part of a new vanguard of developers entering untapped markets for the luxury brand.
Lamar Advertising reported that its revenue rose more than expected in the December quarter, after its funds from operations jumped 59% due to its conversion into a real-estate investment trust.
The Italian family that controls Cushman & Wakefield, one of the world’s largest real-estate services firms, is putting the company up for sale as rising property prices push up the value of rivals.
      
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