Archive for September, 2009

Tribal Casino Rules Revisited

The Obama administration may make it easier for Indian tribes to build casinos on land far from their reservations, a move likely to spur a wave of new casino development.

New Rules Ease Loans Restructuring

The Treasury released new tax rules that make it easier for distressed property owners to restructure loans that were packaged and sold as securities.

CIC May Invest in U.S. Real Estate

China is looking to invest cash from its $300 billion sovereign-wealth fund in U.S. real estate, and it may rely on the U.S. government to finance some of the deals.

New Opportunity

For those who are upset with Real Estate right now,  (I’ve have had several phone calls over the last week with people just like you.) there is an opportunity to make some money while the RE market picks up. It may be six months; it may even take six years for the real estate and housing market to get back to 2005 levels.  But, there is opportunity all around you if you just look.

Well, let me help you. Read the rest of this entry »

Have a safe and happy Labor Day!!!!!

If you are thinking of selling a house in today’s real estate market, I have some tips to help maximize the final sale price and get the property sold quickly.  These tips come straight from the realtor we use that has sold over 15 houses for our company in the last year. Read the rest of this entry »

Debt Clouds Future of Fontainebleau

South Florida’s Soffer family is grappling with troubles at the fabled Miami Beach Fontainebleau hotel, which has breached the covenants of a $670 million construction loan.

Commercial Real Estate Portends Crisis

Fed and Treasury officials are scrambling to prevent the commercial-real-estate sector from delivering a roundhouse punch to the U.S. economy as it struggles to recover.