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Cassidy Turley’s Cincinnati and Dayton offices make several promotions

July 31, 2012 Cassidy Turley's Cincinnati/Dayton offices promotes several key officials to new positions this year. Read more...

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Omaha’s Seldin Company donates more than 17,000 pounds of food to food bank

December 23, 2011 Omaha's Seldin Company, along with 59 of its affiliated apartment communities, donated 17,620 pounds of food products to Food Bank for the Heartland this holiday season. Read more...

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Cassidy Turley’s Bender: Larger transactions are returning to the Cincinnati market

November 17, 2011 Jeffrey Bender, executive managing director and principal with the Cincinnati office of Cassidy Turley, has some good news: Larger-scale deals are returning to the Cincinnati market. Bender explains why in this guest column for Midwest Real Estate News. Read more...

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Village Green, Mill District City Apartments buck economic trends in Minneapolis

December 03, 2010 Jonathan Holtzman isn’t in denial. He knows that this isn’t the easiest time to build any commercial project. But that didn’t stop Holtzman, chief executive officer of Minneapolis’ Village Green, from pressing forward with his plans to bring 175 luxury apartments to the Mill District/Washington Street corridor of Minneapolis. Read more...

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Forget your industry relationships. When it comes to green you need to shop

October 29, 2010 Every time I speak with a real estate professional about how they choose the companies to contract for a given project, I get the same cliché answer: “Real estate is a relationship business," the presumption being that they prefer trusting recommendations within their network to shopping around on their own. Read more...

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Taking a closer look at an old way of selling property: the commercial auction

October 26, 2010 As the credit crisis continues and hangs a dark cloud over many assets, an old-fashioned yet time-proven technique is gaining traction: Auctions for commercial real estate have become more common to move properties in a timely fashion. Read more...

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Women in commercial real estate see gains, but have a long way to go

October 01, 2010 Although women have embraced many aspects of real estate (property management or law for example), brokerage work continues to have a very small group of active women. Read more...

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Light at the end of tunnel for Twin Cities, according to university report

June 03, 2010 The commercial real estate market in the Twin Cities is beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel, according to the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business’ first “Minnesota Commercial Real Estate Survey” released in early June. Read more...

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Marcus & Millichap report: Hope for Cincinnati multi-family market

May 11, 2010 Hope has been in short supply lately when it comes to commercial real estate. The Cincinnati multi-family market, though, is showing signs of life, at least according to the latest research report from Marcus & Millichap. Read more...

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Kansas City office market ready for a rough 2010

April 19, 2010 It's little surprise, but Marcus & Millichap predicts that Kansas City's office market will continue to struggle in 2010. This puts the city in company with most other major metro areas, the vast majority of which are also experiencing sluggish office activity. Read more...

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