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Near-record levels of debt among young Americans is just one of the factors in decreasing home-ownership.

Investors shifting to safety of major cities

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Bank branches are consolidating. Landlords, take notice

The largest bank merger in more than a decade signals that lenders are likely to continue to reduce their commercial real estate footprints.

Why a U.S. university endowment invested 60% of its cash in real estate

Major funds are continuing to shift investment efforts toward commercial real estate markets.

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Why Boston’s CBD is ideally positioned to see out the end of the cycle

Boston’s CBD office market is unique among its peers, and well placed to see out the end of the current cycle.

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