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A $90 Billion Debt Wave Shows Cracks in U.S. Property Boom
A $90 billion wave of maturing commercial mortgages, leftover debt from the 2007 lending boom, is laying bare the weak links in the U.S. real estate market.
Milestone Investors Push Back on $1.3 Billion Starwood Deal
Shareholders representing at least 5.6 percent of Milestone Apartments Real Estate Investment Trust said a $1.3 billion takeover deal by Starwood Capital Group is too low.
Trump Lost $1.2 Million at Hotel He Should Sell, Democrats Say
President Donald Trump’s Washington hotel lost almost $1.2 million during its first two months of operation, before he was elected president, according to a letter released Monday by four congressional Democrats.
Retail Malaise Puts Pressure on Chains to Shutter More Stores
Reeling from a shaky holiday season and slowing mall traffic, U.S. retailers are facing increasing pressure to close stores as more of their business migrates to the internet.
TPG’s Cushman & Wakefield Said to Have Held Early IPO Talks
Cushman & Wakefield Inc. has held informal meetings with banks about a potential initial public offering, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Deutsche Bank Burden in U.S. Settlement Eased by Fine Print
Deutsche Bank AG sought an unusual provision in its $7.2 billion mortgage-bond settlement with the U.S. government, and seems to have won it: the bank can pay down part of its penalty by lending money to fund managers.
Manhattan Office Owners Pay to Keep Tenants as Demand Falls
Manhattan office landlords are facing falling rents and heightened competition, spurring unprecedented spending to accommodate tenants.
Here’s How Trump Could Try to Kill Carried-Interest Tax Break
President-elect Donald Trump railed against his main political opponent for allowing a tax break that lets some investment managers pay lower tax rates than average workers. After he takes office, he may have no one to blame but himself.
Homebuilders See Profit in Trump Bulldozing Environmental Rules
Trump, the first builder ever to occupy the White House, is stirring hope in the hearts of developers like Huffines that America’s lost decade for home construction will end in a flurry of regulatory cuts.
Carson Says 30-Year Mortgage May Not Need a Government Backstop 1
Ben Carson, President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for the top U.S. housing-policy job, told lawmakers that he questions the need for a government backstop of the market for 30-year mortgages.
Brookdale Senior Living Creaks Closer to a Deal: Gadfly
Brookdale is reportedly in talks with suitors including Blackstone Group after Land & Buildings urged the company to sell its owned real estate.
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Kushner, Trump’s Son-in-Law, Tapped as Senior White House Aide
Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of President-elect Donald Trump, will be named a senior adviser to the president, according to a person familiar with the matter.
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Neiman Marcus Scraps IPO, Withdrawing August 2015 Filing
Luxury retailer Neiman Marcus Group abandoned its plans to go public, the latest sign of department-store woes.
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Lampert’s Rescue of Sears Puts Him on the Hook for $1.2 Billion
Lampert, the Sears president, chief executive officer, top shareholder and, through his hedge fund, owner of about $900 million in Sears debt, has almost singlehandedly bought time for his struggling retailer.
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Trump’s DC Hotel Tagged With $5 Million in Unpaid Worker Liens 4
The 263-room hotel, located on the historic site of the city’s former main post office, opened in October following a $212 million renovation of the 1899 structure. The liens were filed in November and December.
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