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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-30 18:57:45
Airbnb, an online listing service for short-term accommodations, has long been criticized for driving up apartment rents from Venice Beach to Hell?s Kitchen.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-30 18:57:45
Airbnb, an online listing service for short-term accommodations, has long been criticized for driving up apartment rents from Venice Beach to Hell?s Kitchen.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-30 18:57:45
Airbnb, an online listing service for short-term accommodations, has long been criticized for driving up apartment rents from Venice Beach to Hell?s Kitchen.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-26 12:53:10
Investors are getting more comfortable with student housing.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-26 12:53:10
Investors are getting more comfortable with student housing.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-26 12:53:10
Investors are getting more comfortable with student housing.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-26 12:53:10
Investors are getting more comfortable with student housing.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-26 12:53:10
Investors are getting more comfortable with student housing.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 19:47:38
What does the recent slowdown in new-home price increases mean? It primarily means two things: Home builders appear to have exhausted buyers? tolerance for big price increases, and builders are constructing a greater number of less-pricey homes.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 19:47:38
What does the recent slowdown in new-home price increases mean? It primarily means two things: Home builders appear to have exhausted buyers? tolerance for big price increases, and builders are constructing a greater number of less-pricey homes.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 19:47:38
What does the recent slowdown in new-home price increases mean? It primarily means two things: Home builders appear to have exhausted buyers? tolerance for big price increases, and builders are constructing a greater number of less-pricey homes.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 19:47:38
What does the recent slowdown in new-home price increases mean? It primarily means two things: Home builders appear to have exhausted buyers? tolerance for big price increases, and builders are constructing a greater number of less-pricey homes.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 19:47:38
What does the recent slowdown in new-home price increases mean? It primarily means two things: Home builders appear to have exhausted buyers? tolerance for big price increases, and builders are constructing a greater number of less-pricey homes.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 19:47:38
What does the recent slowdown in new-home price increases mean? It primarily means two things: Home builders appear to have exhausted buyers? tolerance for big price increases, and builders are constructing a greater number of less-pricey homes.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 11:14:19
A UK-based private equity firm founded by a former Blackstone Group LP executive is launching Icon Real Estate a new company that will invest up to ?1 billion in real estate in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg where relatively high yields and recovering economies have been attracting new foreign capital.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 11:14:19
A UK-based private equity firm founded by a former Blackstone Group LP executive is launching Icon Real Estate a new company that will invest up to ?1 billion in real estate in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg where relatively high yields and recovering economies have been attracting new foreign capital.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 11:14:19
A UK-based private equity firm founded by a former Blackstone Group LP executive is launching Icon Real Estate a new company that will invest up to ?1 billion in real estate in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg where relatively high yields and recovering economies have been attracting new foreign capital.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 11:14:19
A UK-based private equity firm founded by a former Blackstone Group LP executive is launching Icon Real Estate a new company that will invest up to ?1 billion in real estate in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg where relatively high yields and recovering economies have been attracting new foreign capital.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 11:14:19
A UK-based private equity firm founded by a former Blackstone Group LP executive is launching Icon Real Estate a new company that will invest up to ?1 billion in real estate in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg where relatively high yields and recovering economies have been attracting new foreign capital.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-03-24 11:14:19
A UK-based private equity firm founded by a former Blackstone Group LP executive is launching Icon Real Estate a new company that will invest up to ?1 billion in real estate in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg where relatively high yields and recovering economies have been attracting new foreign capital.


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