Expert Analysis

Why NYC Building Owners Shouldn't Ignore Emissions Rule

New rules from the New York City Department of Buildings clarify the previously vague good faith efforts that buil... (more story)

A Year-End Look At Florida's Capital Investment Tax Credit

Notwithstanding the Walt Disney Co.’s feud with Gov. Ron DeSantis this year, Florida's capital investment tax cred... (more story)

Crypto Has Democratized Trading In Bankruptcy Claims

Following the pandemic, there has been a wave of cryptocurrency bankruptcies and a related increase in access to i... (more story)

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Nossaman Real Estate Leader Sees Years Of Rate Pressure

Interest rates are not likely to tick back down anytime soon and as more commercial real estate loans come due, that will mean a certain continued amount of stress across various sectors.

Trump's Broker & Club Member Touts Mar-A-Lago's $1B Value

A Florida real estate broker and member of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club took the stand Tuesday in New York state court to defend the former president's valuation of the property, saying it was worth more tha... (more story)

Ares Management Corp. has announced that it raised $3.3 billion to acquire interest in existing private real estate funds and portfolios, responding to investor demand in the secondaries market. (Photo Illustration by Pavlo Gonchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
Kirkland-Led Ares Nabs $3.3B For Real Estate Secondaries

Ares Management Corp., led by Kirkland & Ellis LLP, said Tuesday it raised $3.3 billion to acquire interest in existing private real estate funds and portfolios, responding to investor demand in the secondaries market.

Gas, Oil Pipeline REIT To Appeal Stock Exchange Delisting

CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust Inc. says it plans to appeal the New York Stock Exchange's decision to delist the company's stock, as the real estate investment trust faces looming debt and concerns over its ab... (more story)

Chicagoans Seek OK Of $12.25M Deal Over Toxic Demolition

A group of Chicago residents asked an Illinois federal judge Monday for her initial blessing of their $12.25 million settlement with a developer and several contractors that allegedly covered a neighborhood in... (more story)

Groups Want To Halt Fla. Development Over Species Concerns

Environmental groups have asked a Washington, D.C., federal judge to block two Clean Water Act permits issued by Florida officials for residential and commercial developments, saying these projects underscore ... (more story)

Laos Can't Sue In US For $3M Arbitral Awards, Investor Says

An American businessperson and his investment firms are hoping to escape paying a $3 million tab tied to an ill-fated casino venture in a lawsuit leveled by the government of Laos to enforce two international ... (more story)

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Solar Tech Lender Gets OK For Quick Ch. 11 Exit

A Delaware bankruptcy judge Tuesday said she will approve Sunlight Financial Holding's prepackaged Chapter 11 sale plan just over a month after the solar power financing company filed for bankruptcy.

Seattle High-Rise Critics Slam 'Nonsensical' Permit Argument

An attorney for two Seattle groups suing over the city's approval of a downtown waterfront high-rise told Washington state appellate judges on Tuesday that the developer's position was "totally nonsensical," a... (more story)

The Federal Home Loan Bank Building is seen in Pittsburgh. FHLBank Chicago announced Monday it awarded $33 million in affordable housing grants for projects in Illinois and Wisconsin. (Tony Webster/CC BY-SA 2.0 via Flickr)
FHLB Chicago Doles Out $33M In Affordable Housing Grants

The Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago has awarded 44 Illinois and Wisconsin housing projects more than $33 million in affordable housing grants that will go toward buying, rehabbing, and building more than 1,9... (more story)

Roberts Declines To Freeze Virginia Pipeline Construction

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts declined Tuesday to pause construction of the controversial Mountain Valley Pipeline, allowing work to continue on the natural gas pipeline while Virginia landowne... (more story)

SF Aims To Boost Housing Production With New Law

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday passed an ordinance intended to bolster residential construction locally, after California officials laid out an ultimatum requiring the Golden Gate City to ta... (more story)

Objectors Try, Again, To Derail Mich. Tax Foreclosure Deal

Class members opposing a proposed settlement between 43 Michigan counties and homeowners who seek the profits the counties made selling their tax-foreclosed homes are now saying several class representatives h... (more story)

Texas Landlord, AIG Unit Settle Hail Damage Coverage Row

An AIG unit reached a settlement resolving a Texas landlord's claims it wrongfully denied coverage for property damage from a June 2020 hailstorm, ending the plaintiff's bid to recover nearly $318,000 from the insurer.