Dallas-Based Real Estate Investment Office Continues to Infiltrate St. Louis Market

Sealy & Company Acquires Five-Building Industrial Portfolio DALLAS, September 08, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sealy & Company, a fully-integrated commercial real estate investment and operating company and recognized leader in the industrial real estate market, announces the acquisition of a five-building industrial real estate portfolio in St. Louis, Missouri, totaling 554,007 square feet. The transaction was made for

Real estate: Is house-flipping losing steam?

House flipping is popular only when there’s profit to be made. For the model to work, the market needs to support it. And today’s overall housing market doesn’t. Don’t believe it? One indicator is the amount of materials being sold to renovate homes. Just ask Home Depot (NYSE: HD) whether customer demand for do-it-yourself (DIY)

The Real Estate Industry Is Ground Zero in the Fight Against Racial Inequality

Last updated:September 9, 2021 This is my final article in a series about housing affordability. In previous articles, I talk about the role of the property industry in the housing affordability crisis, public housing’s role in reducing poverty, the tax credits that are shaping our affordable housing industry, and the new strategies to create what

Lunar Realty new real estate business in Aberdeen South Dakota

Danelle McMaster is no stranger to real estate. She has spent 15 years in Aberdeen at a couple of agencies. Now, she has opened her own business, Lunar Realty. Before moving to Aberdeen, McMaster lived in Fargo, N.D, where she ran an office that employed 120 people. That’s where her interests lie. “I come from a

Why these interior designers are breaking into real estate development

With design offices in Dallas, Seattle and Los Angeles, the duo behind Pulp Design Studios are now rolling out a new branch of their company: a real estate development arm dubbed Pulp Properties. For the new venture, partners Beth Dotolo and Carolina Gentry are starting off with both commercial and residential projects, including a multi-unit

Rainbow Realty Is Saving Cannabis Businesses with Low-Cost Financial and Real Estate Support

One of the main bottlenecks to the growth of the cannabis industry is access to capital. Several businesses in the space have bemoaned the unleveled playing field regarding access to money to grow their businesses. Partly because of the lack of legislative frameworks to support the cannabis industry, businesses can’t borrow at the favorable rates

Realtor vs. real estate agent: What’s the difference?

Our goal here at Credible Operations, Inc., NMLS Number 1681276, referred to as “Credible” below, is to give you the tools and confidence you need to improve your finances. Although we do promote products from our partner lenders who compensate us for our services, all opinions are our own. The terms Realtor and real estate

72Sold founder Greg Hague uses buzz, demand to push real estate sales

He is a second-generation real estate man who had achieved success that afforded him a comfortable life, complete with travel adventures and his own plane that he landed on remote Mexican beaches. But 72Sold founder Greg Hague credits a news article about technology titan Apple with inspiring his latest venture that aims to push his

Zillow rides booming real estate market to 70% revenue growth

Villere and Company portfolio manager Sandy Villere on the state of the economy impacting how to best allocate capital. The booming real estate market propelled Zillow Group Inc. to a whopping 70% year-over-year increase in revenue on the quarter. The U.S.’s largest real estate site’s total revenue was $1.3 billion, up from $768.4 million a

$45M mansion sale reflects hot Hawaii real estate market

Craig Reed discusses increased demand in post-pandemic leisure travel. A San Francisco investment banker recently sold his Maui mansion to a retired hedge fund CEO and a Hollywood actress for $45 million. The cash sale of the oceanfront house in Kihei reflects a hot Hawaii real estate market fueled by a pandemic that has made