Residential Real Estate
Our us firm requires residential real estate experts for paid phone consultations.
Subject: residential real estate software (crm, marketing automation, workforce management)
project type: phone consultations (30-60mins.) with the potential for longer engagement.
Industry: residential real estate and the related software
-an individual who ran a top performing sales team at a residential real estate retail brokerage.
desired: expert knows of or is proficient with boomtown - real estate platform.
Referrals are also welcomed, thank you.+20 Other Responses
Commercial Real Estate
Commercial real estate financing: i'm looking for advice on how to structure debit syndication or placement to purchase an investment property (luxury duplex) in the triangle region of north carolina. Purchase price is in the $800s. Looking for advice and connections to potential investors. Thank you.+12 Other Responses
Commercial Real Estate
`xhi zintro expert,
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norway has vaulted to the top ranks of foreign u.S. Commercial real estate buyers as its $870 billion sovereign-wealth fund, the world’s largest, acquires buildings from new york to san francisco. The country has spent more than $3.2 billion on u.S. Real estate this year, including the assumption of debt, according to research firm real capital analytics inc. And statements from the wealth fund. That makes it the biggest international buyer after canada. The total is more than double the amount spent in all of 2013, when norway ranked no. 6 for property purchases.
Norway, which has a smaller population than new york city, is spending billions of dollars on properties globally as its wealth fund seeks to meet a target to invest as much as 5 percent of its assets in real estate. In the u.S., prices for top-quality buildings in major markets are being driven up by foreign funds that often are willing to accept lower yields than domestic buyers in return for a safe place to put their money, according to research firm green street advisors inc.
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