As one Register columnist once wrote, “they’re only opinions, but they’re all mine!” Today, I purge my inbox for another edition of a random commercial real estate thoughts. I find the occasional purge cathartic. So here it goes.
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Make an informed choice before you borrow against your home equity.
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Demolition of Petone’s century-old tobacco factory is almost complete.
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Auckland’s latest lockdown has cost central city businesses $110 million in sales, according to Heart of the City.
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Sydney’s hot property market could be heading for a crash if regulators don’t step in to slow things down.
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Four in five of us are overly optimistic about how things will turn out, which may explain why we ignore the warnings about sea-level rise when buying property, writes Eloise Gibson.
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Leasehold properties sell for cheaper prices and tend to be in prime locations, but industry experts warn there are big risks associated with them.
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There are four reasons why you should prioritize investing in yourself.
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Crop yields in southern Alberta are less than half the 10-year average, according to the latest edition of the Alberta crop report, released Friday.
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Berliners, more than four-fifths of whom rent their homes, have an unusual opportunity on September 26th to vent their anger over the rising cost of housing.
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