Implications of Brexit From 7 in Real Estate Industry
Seven members of a real estate group from across Europe and the U.S. offer GlobeSt.com their perspectives on the meaning of a “yes” Brexit vote.
Gundlach Blasts Policies of ‘Zombie Fed,’ Negative Rates
He warns investors to expect no hikes this summer and no Brexit, but a “rocky ride,” and says negative rates are “wrong, wrong, wrong!”
IRS Re-Opens REIT Loophole for $58B NSAM Deal
Treasury says that its recently-announced regulations will be corrected “to give effective date relief” for conversions before Dec. 7, 2015.
Commodity Funds Outperform for First Time in Years
Even in a year when commodities are outperforming stocks and bonds investors should choose commodity funds carefully.
Janus Launches 4 Thematic ETFs, but Does Market Need One for Obesity?
The Janus ETFs are designed to reflect changing demographic and consumer trends
Home Flippers Using Cash Exceed Pre-Recession Levels: RealtyTrac
Flippers using their own cash is a good sign for the health of the housing market, RealtyTrac’s Daren Blomquist said.
Homebuyers Downbeat Ahead of Election
A tenth of respondents to a Redfin survey say that they would consider emigration if their candidate lost.
Bill Gross: Historic 40-Year Stock and Bond Run Is Over
To say that Janus bond fund manager Bill Gross is negative on the financial markets would be a major understatement.
Retirees Want to Stay in Their Homes but Shun Reverse Mortgages
Only 14% of respondents said they had considered using a reverse mortgage as part of their retirement plan, an American College study found.
New York REIT Shares Plunge After Analysts Question Acquisition
Shares have been hurt since founder and ex-board member Nicholas Schorsch became embroiled in a 2014 scandal over accounting problems at another firm.