Real Estate Issues

Trade publication covering the real estate industry.

Articles from Vol. 25, No. 2, Summer

Caveat Exchanger: "De Ja Vu All over Again"
This article focuses on the risks a taxpayer takes when undertaking an exchange, with escrow, where the escrow party (intermediary) defaults. INTRODUCTION The author hopes that Yogi Berra1 will indulge the incorporation of his cryptic one liner, "De...
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Editor's Statement
The state of real estate counseling in Summer 2000 can be characterized as busy. A variety of factors have created a frenetic business environment. Paradoxically, however, there are signs of a lack of creativity in problem-- solving and a growing criticism...
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James MacCrate, Cre, & David Peterson Recieve 1999 William S. Ballard Award
The Editorial Board of Real Estate Issues was honored to recently present its 1999 William S. Ballard Award to James R. MacCrate, CRE, & David L. Peterson, for their article, "Land Investment in the 21st Century." It appeared in the Summer 1999 edition...
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Letter to the Editor
In response to the CRE Perspective: Just Thinking About it is Illegal by Arnold S. Tesh, CRE Spring 2000 (Vol. 25, No. 1) issue, pgs. 55 - 57 Dear Editor: Arnold S. Tesh, CRE, in his CRE Perspective, " Just Thinking About it is Illegal," explores two...
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Long Distance Residential Mobility & the Baby Boom
The housing industry has loved the baby boom since its members entered the housing market in the mid-1970s. Born between 1946 and 1964, this large birth cohort has affected the housing marketplace until today. Developers of retirement housing are jockeying...
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