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    Stuart Elliott
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    Editor’s note: A hard-nosed tale for the holidays

    It was a scene reminiscent of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.”  When a group of carolers stood outside landlord...

    Editor’s note: A hard-nosed tale for the holidays
    Stuart Elliott
    National Issue

    Editor’s note: My “Succession” obsession

    Audience members could be forgiven for thinking they were watching an episode of “Succession.” Last month at The Real...

    Editor’s note: My “Succession” obsession
    Editor’s note: The next challenges after Covid
    National Issue

    Editor’s note: The next challenges after Covid

    We’ve almost got Covid tamped down.  Now come inflation, supply chain disruptions and an emerging global energy shortage, all...

    Editor’s note: The next challenges after Covid
    Stuart Elliott
    National Issue

    Editor’s note: The Way We Live Now

    There are two types of people in this world: those who have enough money, and those who never have enough (even if they’ve got billions).  If you are reading The Real Deal, you almost...

    Editor’s note: The Way We Live Now
    Editor’s note: The back-to-work balancing act
    National Issue

    Editor’s note: The back-to-work balancing act

    Remember those days of the mindless commute, when you would grab a cup of coffee and rush to work,...

    Editor’s note: The back-to-work balancing act
    Stuart Elliott
    National Issue

    Editor’s note: Landlords left in the lurch

    They might not have the most beloved public image, and are often caricatured as greedy and heartless. But landlords...

    Editor’s note: Landlords left in the lurch
    Editor’s note: A tragic wake-up call
    National Issue

    Editor’s note: A tragic wake-up call

    Disasters in South Florida have traditionally been natural, not man-made. The region’s climate, long characterized by hurricanes, has transformed the way its housing is constructed. Hurricane Andrew, which destroyed more than 63,000 homes when...

    Editor’s note: A tragic wake-up call
    Editor’s note: High stakes, short memories
    National Issue

    Editor’s note: High stakes, short memories

    Developers are eternal optimists. And forgetful masochists. These gruff street fighters of the real estate world often must buck...

    Editor’s note: High stakes, short memories
    Stuart Elliott
    National Issue

    Editor’s note: Battling the old guard

    “The old guard has to be stopped.” That quote may sound like it came from a progressive politician in Albany, but it was actually from a real estate broker in Manhattan. One of our...

    Editor’s note: Battling the old guard
    Stuart Elliott
    National Issue

    Editor’s note: Survival of the retro-fittest

    It’s a golden age for golden ages. We are sitting at home during the so-called golden age of TV,...

    Editor’s note: Survival of the retro-fittest

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