The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155), signed into law by the President on May 24, targets partial roll-backs to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (Dodd-Frank).
The built environment is vulnerable. Commercial real estate is particularly well measured for resilience and sustainability because for-profit holding entities do not normally have access to rainy day funds or endowments like public and non-profit property owners respectively.
Back in the day, when you wanted to hold a special event, and needed a real estate venue to do it in, you would book a restaurant, a hotel or conference facility. Fast forward to now, and the venue could be a penthouse of an upper west side New York building
The Massachusetts and Rhode Island Chapter of the Appraisal Institute will be holding a two-hour continuing education event at 2:30 PM on May 23rd within the Boston Bruins training facility at 80 Guest St. in Brighton. Panelist will include:
Jared Preisler, SRA, is chief appraiser for DataMaster, Layton, UT.
Appraisers are in a profession that encounter a high-level of scrutiny. First, our reports must pass whatever internal review process is in place within our own work environment. Second, they must pass AMC and / or lender processing
Appraisers are well-trained and well-suited to provide a wide variety of valuation and valuation-related services. Appraisers (and their clients) often underestimate appraisers’ abilities and the additional services they can provide.
So, when Jeff called and asked if I could put together an article in 48 hours, and he suggested I work off something recent, I thought well, that’s an easy way out but no, I won’t do it. Well, upon reconsideration, yes, I partially will.
Weeks ago, I read a story in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) suggesting people were leaving golf communities in order to move downtown to experience more urban living. Like other suburban transplants, they were looking for neighborhood,
Reports throughout the Boston commercial real estate markets are positive and the outlook for the year is, as ever, cautiously optimistic; nothing new there. Rents are up, pricing is up, occupancy is up, the pipeline is full, and employment is near full.