Historically commercial real estate cycles have often followed that of residential by several months and sometimes a few of years.
This is a by Patti S. Borda, News-Post Staff, to the Karen Young Letter to the Editor in yesterday’s FNP.
This is a slightly edited version of my most recent post in the Tentacle.com dated July 12, 2010
For voters in this September primary and November general elections, the issue of electing BOCC candidates who CAN cooperate and collaborate with their peers in Frederick County’s 12 other jurisdictions should be a TOP PRIORITY.
I saw this in the Gazette today and think Shawn Burns raises some interesting questions about who ARE the Friends of Frederick .
Well, the July deadline for candidate filing has passed and 19 hardy “soles” will now test the durability of their footwear over the next few months.
When many in the residential real estate industry lobbied last fall for an extension of the $8,000 first-time homebuyers federal tax credit until April 30, there was a good reason beyond just wanting to see the buying incentive continue.
We welcome Jeremy Holder as a guest writer to the MacRo Report Blog.
Vacant office space continued to accumulate in the second quarter, the latest indication that businesses aren’t planning significant hiring in the near future.
Last week a client posed upon me an interesting question.