A generation of college grads, who owe more than $1 trillion, may have to postpone buying a home indefinitely.
Malkin is pushing for the second-largest REIT offering in history.
Last month, banks repossessed the lowest number of distressed properties since 2007 as the US housing market steadily heals.
Forecasters predict an above-average number of Atlantic storms. Too bad agencies like FEMA are going into 2013 short on funding.
Renewed demand amid constrained supply is driving the market, but low interest rates give potential homeowners more buying power.
The late British prime minister found a soul mate in Ronald Reagan when it came to free-market economic reforms.
The national vacancy for shopping centers may have dropped, but only those in dense urban areas and wealthy suburbs have prospered.
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