Tuesday, September 28, 2021, 10:26 a.m.Press release: Bayley The largest and most significant development land sale in Hawke’s Bay in decades has been agreed – with a consortium of “heavy hits” Kiwi real estate development families ready to take on the project. Some 207 hectares of grazing farmland in theRead More →

Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services announced the completion of the following transactions in September. SALE IN NORTH OF TEXAS Industrial Reserve LLC acquired 14 acres of industrial land at 947 Trinity Dr., Mansfield, from Trinity Forge Inc. Josh Meraz, Marketing Director of Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services, and Michael W.Read More →

Frisco is looking to sell approximately 15 acres of land south of Dr Pepper Ballpark, which could eventually lead to thousands of square feet of office and entertainment space. (Matt Payne / Community Impact Journal) Frisco is looking to sell land near the Dr Pepper Ballpark, which could eventually leadRead More →

Investors and lenders should look beyond face value valuation reports in a boiling market, according to alternative investment platform and private debt specialist AltX. Over the past 12 months, Australian house prices have hit a 17-year high. According to CoreLogic’s July 2021 report, they grew 13.5% in the last fiscalRead More →

Romania’s largest investment fund, Fondul Proprietatea, warns in a public statement that the management of the National Company of Bucharest Airports (CNAB) could dilute its stake from 20% to 0.7% by capitalizing an overvalued land used by its secondary airport Baneasa. The management could soon convene a general meeting ofRead More →

Mark Taylor Real estate agents are paying too much for property sales leads, according to new research from a call tracking platform. Findings from a study conducted by Call360 claim that estate agents will collectively pay around £ 220million this year to acquire clients. Call360 says real estate agents typicallyRead More →

Residents of KwaDukuza who objected to their new property assessments are frustrated that the municipality has charged them higher rates. Four months after the new General Assessment Roll (GVR) was released and many residents filed objections, they have not had a response from KDM and are unsure whether they shouldRead More →