Estonian real estate investment platform EvoEstate records almost 100% monthly growth – EU-Startups

Just launched in February 2019, Tallinn-based peer-to-peer real estate investment platform EvoEstate has already expanded its portfolio to 18 projects across seven countries, and reached €10 million in value of investment opportunities. With a minimum investment of only €50, the platform offers the opportunity for almost anyone to invest. The company is now reporting an impressive 100% month-over-month growth, while […]

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Caesars sells Rio to New York real estate group for $516.3M – Las Vegas Review-Journal

Caesars Entertainment’s off-Strip Rio property has been sold to a New York-based real estate company for $516.3 million. Imperial Companies acquired the 2,500-suite hotel and casino that opened in 1990 in a deal announced in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing early Monday. According to terms of the deal, Caesars will continue to operate the […]

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European Commercial Real Estate Financing: An increased appetite to invest through debt funds – IPE Real Assets

Mon, 23 Sep 2019 Investment funds targeting Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Debt are experiencing strong interest from investors. The origins of CRE Debt fund growth trace back to the global financial crisis of 2008-9. Consequent of the financial crisis, stringent new capital requirements were imposed upon banks, resulting in a more conservative approach to origination. […]

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Capital City: Gentrification and the Real Estate State by Samuel Stein – GC Advocate

Emily Holloway All photos credits by author Early this spring, not long after the long-anticipated grand opening, I visited Hudson Yards on a cloudy, damp weekend afternoon. The adjacent, $2.4 billion extension of the Flushing line across the street was out of service for the day, so I approached the New West Side from Port […]

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The leasing vs. owning decision in today's market – Colorado Real Estate Journal

Jeremy ReevesVice president, Colliers International For office tenants that have had to stomach increasing lease rates, which are up a staggering 38% in metro Denver since they bottomed out in 2010, the idea of owning their own building or condo is intriguing. Couple that with low interest rates becoming a recurring topic in the news […]

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