The Moving Sky – A Case Study
... availability of finance has lead to increased demand for real estate across all sectors.
Rapid growth of the Indian economy has had a cascading effect on demand for
commercial property to help meet the needs of business, such as modern offices,
warehouses, hotels and retail shopping centers.
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... and 2012 rose by 72% in 2013 they rose by 7%
and this year they may well continue to rise.
We are also seeing an increase in the number
of rentals. Demand is increasing from those
families that are not buying housing but are
renting. This trend of a rise in rental prices has
been augmented by govern ...
Local Lending... Endless Possibilities
... activists to petition that the
In 2011, developers with ONEX
entire structure be granted
Real Estate Partners opened the “landmark status.”
ﬁrst of a three phase development
Cheshire Frager, a member of the
project – to bring 448 condo units Committee to Save the RKO Keith’s
and a nearly 800,000 squ ...
The Real Estate Magazine Media Kit!
... copies are distributed via racks throughout the Cashiers and Highlands area, as
well as local chambers of commerce for
a total circulation of 8,500.
Redilco Group signed a lease contract for the Kaos Hotel with Blu
... Milan, 1st February 2012 – Redilco Group, through its subsidiary Iniziative Turistiche
Siciliane S.r.l. signed a lease contract for the Kaos Hotel, in Agrigento, with Blu
Hotels, a leading company in the Italian tourism industry. The new management will
be working from the 1st of February 2012.
Graduate real estate education
The study of real estate at the graduate school level has taken many forms, giving rise to various educational models in different countries. The decision for individuals pursuing higher education in this field often comes down to choosing between a traditional degree with a focus on real estate (e.g., MBA with concentration in real estate) or an interdisciplinary, comprehensive degree (e.g., Master of Real Estate) focused wholly on real estate studies. Students who opt to study in a full-time Master of Real Estate program spend one or two years focused on areas of real estate such as development, consulting, finance, investments, market analysis, asset management, research and others.