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  • Ted Eliopoulos: CalPERS' $300-billion man

     Ted Eliopoulos: CalPERS' $300-billion man
    In early 2007, Ted Eliopoulos took over as head of the massive real estate investments division at the California Public Employees' Retirement System, just as global real estate markets were about to implode. Housing prices were sliding, subprime...
  • Hotel room prices tick up with '14 sales

    Hotel room prices tick up with '14 sales
    Hotel rooms became pricier for buyers in the Orlando area in 2014 compared with a year earlier, according to a new report. Sales of hotels were flat with 45 of the properties in the region changing hands both last year and in 2013, according to HREC...
  • How Accurate Are Zillow's 'Zestimates'?

    When "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell asked the CEO of Zillow recently about the accuracy of the website's automated property value estimates -- known as Zestimates -- she touched on one of the most sensitive perception gaps in American real...
  • Historic L.A. Jewelry District building to become offices again

    Historic L.A. Jewelry District building to become offices again
    A century-old office tower in the Jewelry District of downtown Los Angeles has been sold to a developer who plans to turn it back into an office building. The seven-story building at 718 S. Hill St. has been home to jewelry makers and sellers for many...
  • Oak Park Volvo dealership being sold to Autobarn of Evanston

    Volvo of Oak Park is set to be under new ownership in the spring, and the village of Oak Park is cutting another deal with the new owners. "If everything goes well, we would be looking at closing on the real estate portion of the deal in March," said...
  • New staff member joins NECBT

    The New England Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (NECBT) has added Tyler Stanley, APRN and a Glastonbury resident, to their staff of professionals. Tyler is a graduate of both Elon and Vanderbilt Universities. His specialties are child,...
  • Demolition may loom for Dart-designed home in Highland Park

    Preservation advocates are dismayed that a mid-century modern home in Highland Park designed by architect Edward Dart may soon be demolished in preparation for a new housing development on the wooded, five-acre site. Donald and Patsy Mintmire, the...
  • Wealth managers move into real estate development

    Wealth managers move into real estate development
    A blighted site of a former tuberculosis hospital is slated this year to become a sparkling new retail complex with residences, generating new tax income for Lantana. The new mixed-use development, on Lantana Road east off Interstate 95, stems from an...
  • Homebuilders, sellers offering incentives as market slows

    Homebuilders, sellers offering incentives as market slows
    The Z Palm Beach Residences starts at a pricey $2.3 million, but buyers don't just get a condo for that kind of cash. They'll also be given a Tesla Model S, valued at about $75,000. A little farther south, a seller asking $3.5 million for a Boca Raton...
  • Millennials jump into the mortgage market

    Call them the prodigal millennials: Statistical measures and anecdotal reports suggest that young couples and singles in their late 20s and early 30s have begun making a belated entry into the home buying market, pushed by mortgage rates in the mid-3...
  • Boomers' go-carts, bumper boats won't be sold

    Boomers' go-carts, bumper boats won't be sold
    The go-carts, bumper boats and arcade games that for decades made Boomers in Dania Beach a family destination will be sent off to other entertainment centers owned by Boomers' parent company. "We are dividing all assets and sending them to other...