Archive for November, 2011

Industry Leader Speaks On Assisted-Living Market

Granger Cobb, president and CEO of Emeritus Corp., the assisted-living industry’s largest company, tells National Real Estate Investor that the market is poised for solid growth resulting from improvements in rental rates and increased occupancy. Cobb discusses his company’s policy on rent..

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UK Property Investors Try Timber

The latest Forest Market Report, published in London, show positive growth potential for forested lands in the United Kingdom (UK), and experts say investment in timber can be a smart move in the country’s uncertain economic times. Property consultants at Savills and UPM Tilhill note investors..

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Koh Lipe, Thailand’s Hidden Island Jewel

It’s an unfortunate contradiction: travelers are forever seeking that last sliver of uninhabited paradise with the results too often being that some other traveler has already found it. Not so on Koh Lipe, an island nestled in an archipelago of 30 other islands that make up Tarutao National Park..

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UK Real Estate Prices Up, Downturn Expected

Property prices in the United Kingdom (UK) are on a late-season rollercoaster and are expected to trend down in coming months, according to research by Nationwide. Residential real estate experienced a 0.4% rise in November, putting value up over last year, but a troubled UK economy and wider Eurozone..

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C.A.R. launches new Spanish-language website

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C.A.R. launches new Spanish-language website

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Continued Building Pinches New-Home Prices

New-home prices in the U.S.

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Continued Building Pinches New-Home Prices

New-home prices in the U.S. remain at half their historical levels as inventory stacks up and more distressed properties enter the market

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Small Businesses Must Focus for Survival

Small-business owners in the U.S. are facing the toughest economy since the Great Depression, and experts note it is imperative that these owners maintain a dual focus that allows them to accomplish short-term goals while also planning for long-term business growth

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Small Businesses Must Focus for Survival

Small-business owners in the U.S. are facing the toughest economy since the Great Depression, and experts note it is imperative that these owners maintain a dual focus that allows them to accomplish short-term goals while also planning for long-term business growth. Key areas to address include satisfying..

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