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China looks to reel in heavily indebted real estate sector

China is cutting off another source of money from residential real estate developers: private equity funds. The government-endorsed Asset...

China looks to reel in heavily indebted real estate sector
The lumber roller coaster ride continues, with nearly half of manufacturers and dealers now claiming excess inventory after shortage earlier this year. (iStock)
National

Lumber now piling up for manufacturers

Call it a woodpile up. Lumber dealers are seeing inventory stack up just months after a shortage sent prices skyrocketing. A survey from John Burns Real Estate Consulting revealed that 49 percent of lumber...

Lumber now piling up for manufacturers
How the pandemic both hampered and aided LA hotel development
Los Angeles Issue

How the pandemic both hampered and aided LA hotel development

Last May, Lightstone Group started work on its $500 million, 755-key hotel project in Downtown Los Angeles, a dual-branded...

How the pandemic both hampered and aided LA hotel development
Rising construction costs threaten the homebuilding boom
National Issue

Rising construction costs threaten the homebuilding boom

It should be the golden age for homebuilders. The pandemic propelled a mass migration of city dwellers to the...

Rising construction costs threaten the homebuilding boom
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San Francisco

Nearly $10M settlement for “cooked” SF condo owners

A San Francisco condo association that argued some of its owners were being “cooked” inside their homes settled with...

Nearly $10M settlement for “cooked” SF condo owners
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