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Multifamily Investors Are Spending More Capital in Secondary, Tertiary Markets

2019-12-03 17:04:00| National Real Estate Investor

Slightly higher yields and still expanding economies are driving multifamily investors to smaller cities.

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Peak Private-Equity Fears Are Spreading Across Pension World

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Private equity returns might have hit their peak for this cycle.

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Lord & Taylor Is Returning to New York City with a Mini Store

2019-12-02 22:33:00| National Real Estate Investor

The department store chain will open a temporary shop in New York this holiday season.

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