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Healthcare Real Estate Outlook Is Healthy 

Capital availability and increasing demand are converging to create a positive outlook for healthcare real estate, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s Healthcare Real Estate Spring Outlook. “There is a great deal of pent up demand for healthcare real estate, exemplified

Global Hotel Investment Tops $34 Billion 

The global hotel investment market saw $14.8 billion in transactions during the first half of 2011, according to Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels' second quarter analysis. The 1H11 total marks a 117 percent increase over 1H10. Gains Come Despite Challenges The

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Industrial Activity Near Airports Picks Up 

Industrial property near major U.S. airports is seeing renewed demand thanks to increased trade, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s Port, Airport, and Global Infrastructure report. Air cargo volumes increased 11 percent in 2010 to 28.2 million metric tons, approaching 2007’s

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State Budget Shortfalls Leave Lawmakers Scrambling For Revenue Sources 

Since the start of the recession, states have been struggling to maintain revenues and many have underperformed revenue forecasts. The most pessimistic revenue expectations have not even been met, causing massive gaps in state budgets. In order to reconcile a

President Expected To Sign Terrorism Insurance Bill 

The House approved the Terrorism Risk Insurance Revision Act of 2007 (H.R. 2761) on December 18, 2007, by a vote of 360 to 53. The bill is being sent to the President, who is expected to sign the bill into

NCREIF Property Index Shows Gains Through 2013 

Following two consecutive years of negative returns, the NCREIF Property Index posted a positive return in 2010. A 3Q11 consensus forecast conducted by the Pension Real Estate Association found that survey respondents expect NPI gains to continue through 2011, and

Hospitality Sector Shows Gains in 1Q11 

The U.S. hotel industry saw increases in all three key performance metrics in 1Q11 in year over year measurements, according to STR. Average daily rate increased 3.1 percent to $99.37, occupancy climbed 5.7 percent to 54.9 percent, and revenue per

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Hiring Gains Fail to Boost Small-Business Optimism 

Despite positive indicators in the U.S. economy and in small business hiring, the National Federation of Independent Business’ (NFIB) Small Business Optimism Index dipped 2.6 points in March, ending seven months of modest but continuous growth. The report a monthly

Tax Relief Bill Passes House and Senate 

On May 11, 2006, the US Senate passed the Tax Relief Extension Reconciliation Act, H.R. 4297, by a vote of 54 to 44. The day prior the House approved the bill by a vote of 224 to 185. H.R. 4297

Job Growth Points to Recovery in Some Markets 

Employment numbers constitute the biggest piece of the commercial real estate recovery puzzle, and several cities see a solution on the horizon, according to a December 2010 U.S. Employment Tracker white paper from Cassidy Turley. New York, which has added

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Multifamily Sees Rent and Occupancy Rate Increases 

In another sign of the sector’s strength, the multifamily segment experienced a 4.65 percent increase in effective rents for the year ending in February 2011, according to Axiometrics, a commercial real estate data provider. This report comes amid other optimistic

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Urgent Call to Action - Tax Extenders 

IMMEDIATE CALL TO ACTION On May 5, 2010, CCIM Institute and IREM members participated in the Capitol Hill Visit Day, during which they lobbied their congressional representatives on commercial real estate issues affecting their business. Among the issues presented to

OCC Rulings Permit Banks in Real Estate Development 

In December, 2005, three large, national banks obtained permission from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) to go into commercial real estate. The OCC legal rulings expand the ability of banks to engage in real estate development,

Volume XII Number 3 September 2007 

Volume XII, Number 3 September 2007 Capital Gains Tax Update CCIM Institute s Members Give Their Input On Carried Interest Bill IRS Announces Stricter Scrutiny On Audits Of S Corporations Cost Recovery Period For Leasehold Improvements Set To Expire U.S.

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Multifamily Demand Will Remain Strong in 2011 

Thanks to reduced unemployment, increased foreclosures, and ongoing landlord concessions, U.S. multifamily demand grew by 300,000 units during the strongest quarters in 2010, according to the CB Richard Ellis Group Annual Trends 2011 report. The vacancy rate is forecast to

Small Businesses Gear Up for Future Growth 

Despite the economy’s uncertain outlook, 77 percent of small businesses plan to expand in the next six months, according to the American Express OPEN Small Business Monitor, a semi annual survey of business owners. After streamlining business operations and cutting