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.
Teachers union gets free office space from broke Philly school district
While local students are forced to go without basic supplies like toilet paper and textbooks, the School District of Philadelphia is giving away hundreds of thousands of dollars of free office space each year to the local teachers union.
Washington Trust Provides $3.5 Million in Financing for Apartment Complex in Ellington, CT
WESTERLY, R.I. -- Washington Trust's Commercial Real Estate Group recently provided $3.5 million in financing to Taymil Stonebridge Portfolio, LLC, a subsidiary of Taymil Partners, to refinance and complete ...
Fitch Affirms Trimont's Commercial Real Estate Servicer Ratings
Fitch Ratings affirms the commercial real estate servicer ratings for Trimont Real Estate Advisors, Inc. , as follows:
Chicago Real Estate Attorney Danielle Colyer Releases Free Video Info Series
Lawyer answers most common buyer and seller questions about residential and commercial property transactions and closings CHICAGO, IL / ACCESSWIRE / April 13, 2015 / Danielle Colyer, partner at Colyer ...
Commercial property investing not for faint hearted
A fortune can be made in commercial property, but first time investors should be aware of the risks and do their research, experts say.