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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (October 9, 2019)

2019-10-09 16:41:00| National Real Estate Investor

Real estate market in New York is not in a 'free fall', according to Forbes. Online brand Allbirds plans to double its physical footprint next year, reports the AP. These are among today's must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.

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Rent Control and the Importance of a Free Market

2019-10-08 21:02:00| National Real Estate Investor

IREM believes rent controls can interfere with a propertys ability to produce sufficient income and remain competitive.

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One Firms Simple Idea to Make Rents More Affordable: No Deposit

2019-10-08 20:13:00| National Real Estate Investor

One start-up is allowing renters to pay a small monthly insurance policy in lie of a security deposit.

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