Builders, remodelers, manufacturers, and market watchers share their predictions for home building in the near future. By Joe Bousquin After briefly peering into the abyss at the start of last year due to the housing pullback of late 2018, home builders were much more upbeat heading into 2020. Indeed, the NAHB Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, a measure of builder confidence,….
City Hall received development proposals for its Municipal Services Center from Blake Investment Partners, Echelon, Lincoln Property Co., and Allen Morris. It asked for proposals after a fifth company, Property Management Group, made an unsolicited bid. The city of St. Petersburg has received two offers for the Municipal Services Center on Central Avenue at Fourth Street N. (Google street view)….
Expectations for 2020 tempered after housing starts climb to levels not seen in a decade ByWill ParkerDec. 24, 2019 7:00 am ET – Via The Wall Street Journal U.S. home builders benefited from low interest rates this year as housing starts climbed to levels not seen in a decade and new-home sales surged after a disappointing 2018. Builder confidence, as….
Editor’s note: This story was updated to correct the spelling of mergers and acquisitions expert Chris Jasinski’s last name. In a rural wedge of Greenville County between the Enoree River and its northern branch lies a swampy, spring-fed haven for a rare plant species — the bunched arrowhead — that lies in the cross hairs of sprawling residential development outside Travelers Rest. Listed….
Via National Real Estate Magazine 2020 The year 2019 was certainly a step backward for the cannabis industry—publicly-traded cannabis stocks tumbled roughly57 percent year over year as of the third quarter of 2019. Nevertheless, cannabis operators remain bullish and stead-fast in their pursuit to expand their footprint and open new retail locations. State laws, local ordinances and financing restrictions have….
When the Illinois legislature passed a law last spring legalizing recreational cannabis starting Jan. 1, it set off a dealmaking rush among cultivators and a months-long scramble to secure Chicago retail properties where providers could sell the product. That jostling began even before the city passed its own ordinance in the fall governing sales, with at least several deep-pocketed providers securing….