Lorna Pappas

Lorna
Pappas
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CSFB: Growth of a banking giant
CSFB acquires Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette to form new realty group When Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) acquired Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette (DLJ)
Client friendly
The differentiating factor between PM Realty Group of Houston and other full-service commercial real estate firms, asserts president Rick Kirk, is the
SOFTWARE 2000 REPORT: discs meet the 'Net
The Internet has triggered a ubiquitous awareness of technology among real estate professionals, as well as a keen sense of competition between software
The long road to consolidation
Discussions are spirited and ongoing, but activity in the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) arena has slowed over the past year as the multifamily industry
CORPORATE REAL ESTATE'S ongoing labor pains
With shortages in many U.S. markets for key technology positions, the most critical factor in corporate space selection has become labor force availability.
Baiting the hook
Commercial real estate analysts frequently measure a city's occupancy rate, often reporting the numbers down to the last decimal point. But in an increasingly
Making money, '90s style
Setting a property apart is no longer as easy as providing a better swimming pool, tennis court or exercise room. With the amount of information and services
Seniors investment potential wide open
Despite some hiccups in the assisted-living sector, the long-term investment and development potential of seniors housing is far from spasmodic, with
Water Submetering Keeps Profits From Pouring Down The Drain
Utility costs are one of the highest monthly expenditures for multihousing property owners, so perhaps it was inevitable that water costs, too - like
Barriers to entry challenge NY seniors market leaders
A difficult regulatory environment and higher-than-average land costs are among the factors that make seniors housing development particularly challenging
The deregulation and re-regulation of utilities
Property owners face powerful opportunities as utilities deregulate. Deregulation and the resulting competition within the energy industry have energy
Specializing in Texas retail, UCR finds a new niche
Brokerage firms serving retailers and their landlords are enjoying excellent times in a healthy retail real estate market that should continue its strength
The Big Build-out
Practical construction designsare popular in seniors housing With a variety of new building products on the market today, seniors housing facilities are
Smart cards are cleaning up the laundry process
Better control of multiple laundry equipment, improved resident satisfaction and retention, and increased security are just some of the benefits new computerized,
Management issues require diversity of expertise
Seniors housing is an operations and management intensive business. Here, industry insiders tell you what to expect and what issues are on the table.The
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