Fall 1976, Vol 1, No 1 Abstract not available.
Fall 1976, Vol 1, No 1 Abstract not available
Volume 1, Number 1 Originally Printed: Fall 1976 By Jared Shlaes, CRE, MAI Photo: Shutterstock.com/Everett Historical Controversies associated with landmark preservation are reaching the boiling point in more and more of America’s towns and cities. Should the old town hall be razed to make room for a new municipal center, or the old church to […]
Originally Printed: Fall 1976, Vol 1, No 1 This article was originally part of a report submitted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to the U.S. Department of Commerce, as a result of the Foreign Investment Study Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-479), In public domain. Who Should Own the Land? The American’s possessiveness of territory against […]
Originally Printed: Fall 1976, Vol 1, No 1 This article is based on the author’s presentation at the Southwest Regional Real Estate Conference (co-sponsored by ASREC and the Southern Methodist University School of Business), held November, 1974 in Dallas, Texas. A few weeks ago a friend said to me, with some degree of indignation, that this […]
Originally Printed: Fall 1976, Vol 1, No 1 Most REITs which have gotten into trouble were primarily short-term lenders offering construction loans, wrap-arounds, land and land development loans, and land purchase leasebacks. Their profit was in leverage, the spread between the interest that banks charged the trust and what the borrower could be induced to […]
Volume 1, Number 1 Originally Printed: Fall 1976 By Mason Gaffney This article is based on a paper presented by the author to the Western Agricultural Economics Association in Fort Collins, Colorado on July 20, 1976. From Growth to Exclusion: A Fundamental Tipping of the Scales The last 25 years have witnessed a fundamental change […]
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