Category: Decision Maker Content

NYC’s Q1 2021 Multifamily Market By The Numbers
By: Date: September 18, 2021 Categories: Decision Maker Content,decisionmaker,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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The road ahead for NYC’s multifamily market is becoming increasingly clear. Ariel Property Advisors Heading into the anniversary of the onset of Covid-19 in the U.S., the New York City multifamily market continued to experience low transaction and dollar volume both as a result of the pandemic and the ongoing effects of the Housing Stability…

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The Day Of Reckoning For Outstanding Rent Payments Is Upon Us
By: Date: August 3, 2021 Categories: Decision Maker Content,decisionmaker,forbesrealestatecouncilblog,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , , ,
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Ellen Calmas is Co-Founder/EVP at Boston-based Neighborhood Pay Services, creator of the NPS Rent Assurance Rent From Payroll platform. getty What a difference a year makes. According to a recent Census Bureau survey, an estimated 10 million apartment dwellers have struggled to stay current on their rent payments while approximately 16 million individuals are left without the…

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Why Real Estate Insurance Premiums Are On The Rise—And What Owners Can Do To Prepare
By: Date: July 14, 2021 Categories: Decision Maker Content,decisionmaker,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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Owners need to consider rising insurance costs. Ariel Property Advisors If you’re a real estate owner or investor, you may have noticed a significant increase in insurance costs compared to previous years. In fact, renewal increases have jumped 20% year-over-year, according to Q3 2020 data from Marsh’s Global Insurance Market Index, a measure of global…

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How Diverse Entrepreneurs Nurture The American Dream
By: Date: July 12, 2021 Categories: Decision Maker Content,decisionmaker,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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There is perhaps no business more grounded in community than real estate. As trusted advisors to people looking for a place they can call home, real estate agents and brokers have an influential role in promoting and developing communities in the markets they serve. It is for this reason that operating with integrity and mindfully…

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Your Home On The National Register Of Historic Places: Myths And Facts
By: Date: May 25, 2021 Categories: Business,Decision Maker Content,decisionmaker,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , ,
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Sharon and John Dumont pose before the plaque denoting that the Commodore Inn is on the National … [+] Register of Historic Places Commodore Inn When Sharon and John Dumont took on the restoration of the 1892 Hughes House in Clifton, Tennessee in 2016, they also began the process of listing the handsome structure on…

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Fintech Cadre Launches New $400 Million Fund Targeting Individual Investors And Plans To Back Underrepresented Real Estate Operators
By: Date: May 24, 2021 Categories: banking&insurance,Decision Maker Content,decisionmaker,Editors' Pick,Fintech,Hedge Funds & Private Equity,Investing,Markets,Money,Personal Finance,Real Estate,Taxes,Uncategorized Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,
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Cadre’s Ryan Williams graced the cover of Forbes in 2019 as his real estate startup neared unicorn status. After a brutal slog for real estate during Coronavirus, Williams is revving up growth at his company. Jamel Toppin for Forbes Ryan Williams got his start in real estate investing as a student at Harvard University in…

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Fintech Cadre Launches New $400 Million Fund Targeting Individual Investors And Plans To Back Minority Real Estate Operators
By: Date: May 23, 2021 Categories: banking&insurance,Decision Maker Content,decisionmaker,Editors' Pick,Fintech,Hedge Funds & Private Equity,Investing,Markets,Money,Personal Finance,Real Estate,Taxes,Uncategorized Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,
fintech-cadre-launches-new-$400-million-fund-targeting-individual-investors-and-plans-to-back-minority-real-estate-operators

Cadre’s Ryan Williams graced the cover of Forbes in 2019 as his real estate startup neared unicorn status. After a brutal slog for real estate during Coronavirus, Williams is revving up growth at his company. Jamel Toppin for Forbes Ryan Williams got his start in real estate investing as a student at Harvard University in…

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Housing Market Gains More Value In 2020 Than In Any Year Since 2005
By: Date: May 4, 2021 Categories: Business,Decision Maker Content,decisionmaker,Editors' Pick,Real Estate,Residential Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , , , ,
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Even hampered by low inventory, the housing market will remain competitive in 2021. Los Angeles Times via Getty Images After a record-setting year of home sales in 2020, the housing market still shows no sign of cooling off. U.S. housing gained about $2.5 trillion in value in 2020 — the most in a single year…

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Macy’s Misery: Morass At Malls and A Muddled Agenda
By: Date: April 23, 2021 Categories: Business,Commercial Real Estate,Decision Maker Content,decisionmaker,Real Estate,Retail,Uncategorized Tags: , , , , ,
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Macy’s out of focus- Attempting to stop the bleeding through massive cost cutting while trying to … [+] reverse years of a sub-par value proposition is now further complicated by mall fall. Getty Macy’s M is attempting to flee their weakest malls with the latest announced closures of another 45 stores. The move is part…

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Denver’s Union Station: A Colorado Neighborhood On The Fast Track
By: Date: April 6, 2021 Categories: Decision Maker Content,decisionmaker,Forbes Global Properties,ForbesLife,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , , , ,
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The Union Station platform in Denver, Colorado. JC Buck The story of Denver’s Union Station neighborhood has always been indivisible from its namesake — the landmark railroad terminal that has faced a fair share of trials and triumphs in its journey to the present. Opened in 1881, Union Station has been a veritable phoenix, rising…

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