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First crowdfunded real estate project paying off – CNBC


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First crowdfunded real estate project paying off
CNBC
When Ben Miller decided to use crowdfunding as a means to rehabilitate a beaten-down building in one of Washington, D.C.'s transitional neighborhoods, he didn't really know crowdfunding was a thing, That's because it wasn't, at least not in real estate

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First crowdfunded real estate project paying off – CNBC


CNBC

First crowdfunded real estate project paying off
CNBC
When Ben Miller decided to use crowdfunding as a means to rehabilitate a beaten-down building in one of Washington, D.C.'s transitional neighborhoods, he didn't really know crowdfunding was a thing, That's because it wasn't, at least not in real estate

real estate – Google News

First crowd-funded real estate project paying off – CNBC


CNBC

First crowd-funded real estate project paying off
CNBC
When Ben Miller decided to use crowdfunding as a means to rehabilitate a beaten-down building in one of Washington, D.C.'s transitional neighborhoods, he didn't really know crowdfunding was a thing, That's because it wasn't, at least not in real estate

real estate – Google News

The world’s hottest luxury real estate market is… – CNBC


CNBC

The world's hottest luxury real estate market is…
CNBC
The Canadian city of Toronto was the hottest luxury real estate market in 2014, bucking a slowing trend in the world's top property hubs, according to a new report from Christie's International Real Estate. In 2014, year-on-year luxury real estate
Atlanta luxury real estate sales see uptick in 2014Atlanta Business Chronicle
Toronto Named Hottest Luxury Real Estate Market In New International ReportHuffington Post Canada
Toronto named hottest luxury real estate market in the worldGlobalnews.ca
The Seattle Times –The Real Deal South Florida (press release) (registration) (blog)
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Biotech’s boom fuels real estate here – CNBC


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Biotech's boom fuels real estate here
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Alnylam Pharmaceuticals this month negotiated a "right of first offer" arrangement with real estate firm BioMed Realty Trust to occupy the building at 500 Kendall Street that now houses Genzyme—three years from now. It also signed a deal to lease

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