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Former Starks building owner fought assessments before selling for $14 million
The Hertz Investment Group, a California company that owns office buildings around the country, pocketed $14.25 million this month when it sold the Starks building in downtown Louisville. Yet for the last two years, Hertz has been able to lower its annual property tax bill by insisting that the 14-story building is worth much less than that.

Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC, CEO William Exeter is a Featured Speaker at Southern California Income Property ...
First-time investors, owners, and managers of rental properties and commercial real estate are invited to learn about financing incentives, products and investing strategies from leading area experts on March 24 at the 3rd Annual Income Property Management Expo in Pasadena. The free event is from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (PRWeb March 19, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/03 ...

Pinnacle Awards Honor Commercial Real Estate Standouts
The local commercial real estate community gathered at the Memphis Botanic Garden Thursday, April 9, for the 14th annual Pinnacle Awards. Every year, ...

US office space rent rises at fastest clip in a decade: report
Stepped-up business hiring pushed the rental price of U.S. office space up 3.1 percent in the first quarter, the highest quarterly gain in a decade, as demand for commercial real estate accelerated, according to Jones Lang LaSalle Inc .

Construction of multi-tenant office building set for mid-April in American Center
The 35,440-square-foot building will be the final piece of St. John Properties' Madison East Business Center. 

EQS-News: LT Commercial Real Estate signs letter of intent with Congtai District, Handan City in China over plan to ...

Pair of suburban office buildings drops $126M in value since 2007
A slowdown in federal spending hurt. So did a growing desire by tenants to be closer to mass transit and places with a downtown feel.

Commercial real estate boom reaches Baltimore
The jaw-dropping $121.5 million that an investor paid last month for Fells Point's Union Wharf apartments was the starkest example yet in Baltimore of how a booming national real estate market is pushing some firms to turn to smaller, riskier cities.

Fort Mill office buildings sold for $39.5 million
The three Class A office buildings total about 178,000 square feet, and opened in the last decade. The tenants include paper company Domtar, other corporate operations and two medical offices.



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