Gary Richetelli

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Real Estate in Cairo

In recent global real estate news, sectors of the Cairo market have shown a positive increase performance-wise upon analysis during the first three months of 2015.  This improvement in their market lead to a stronger confidence and investment inclination, helping increase political and economic stability for the country. According to an article published in Property […]

Global Real Estate Trends

According to an article published by Carisa Chappell on REIT.com, foreign real estate investors have been favoring commercial real estate in the United States for quite some time now.  Chappell explains, “Markets in the United States dominate as the top global cities for real estate investment, according to participants in the Association of Foreign Investors […]

Georgetown University’s New Global Real Estate Center

In recent real estate news, two Georgetown University McDonough School of Business alumnus are donating $10 million for the school to build a global real estate center. Robert Steers and his wife, Lauren, want this center to help both undergraduates and MBA students prepare for global real estate careers by offering various career planning strategies […]

Is Greece’s Real Estate Market Recovering?

While the country is still certainly facing challenges, the recent upswing in the Greek economy has been attracting more real estate investment since before the global financial crisis began in 2008.  The Wall Street Journal has the full story here. Tourism is one of the major factors that seems to be contributing to the country’s […]

Can New App Make Applying for an Apartment Easier for Tenants and Brokers?

There’s no dearth of apps and websites that can make finding an apartment a bit easier.  Sites like Trulia, Zillow, StreetEasy and others help buyers and renters filter apartments by price, size, location, fee/no fee, and even more specific criteria.  But if you’ve ever tried renting an apartment in a highly competitive market like New […]

NYC Real Estate Watch: Cooper’s Moves to Open Second Location

How do you catch a Silicon Alley tech executive with money to burn on food and drinks?  You bait him with 24 types of craft beer. A recent real estate deal watch in Crain’s New York profiles Tom O’Byrne, the owner of New York’s LES Cooper’s Craft and Kitchen.  O’Byrne recently made a splash by […]

Commercial Real Estate Spotlight: Nashville Commercial Real Estate Market

When national real estate market trends are published it’s easy to get lost in the numbers.  Vacancies are down.  Rents are up.  But what does this mean on a more granular level?  To analyze these numbers in a qualitative way, the savvy commercial real estate investor should also put faces to the numbers so to […]

Large Real Estate Investors Are Reselling Less

Large real estate investors are not selling their houses, despite seeing sizable gains.  Check out the full story from Forbes here. RealtyTrac recently analyzed 600,000 purchases made between January 2011 and September 2013, and found that real estate investors who purchased more than 500 properties, sold a small proportion of those properties – only 5 […]

Pro Tips for Low Stress Mortgage Payments

Paying mortgages isn’t fun. They’re usually large payments, and they often remind homeowners of an investment they fear will never pay off.  Forbes.com has some tips on how to make the best of a bad situation if you’re paying a mortgage. Here are just a few: 1.Cut your taxes. The interest on up to 1.1 […]

Real Estate Spotlight: Corner Duplex Sells for 12.3 Million

A recent New York Times article recaps a major sale on 72nd street in Manhattan.  Check out the full article for details but here are some notable highlights: After being put on the market with an asking price of $12 million, the duplex ignited a bidding war that within three weeks jumped to $12.3 million. […]

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