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Australian Unity Investments proposes merging groups to create $461 million …
www.propertyobserver.com.au

Funds management group Australian Unity Investments has proposed merging its Australian Unity Fifth Commercial Trust with the larger and more diversified, Australian Unity Office Property Fund to create a $461 million property vehicle. The Australian …

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Warren Nielsen and Jeanna Mastrodicasa: A bad deal for Gainesville
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These decisions are and should be the responsibility of publicly elected leaders. These goals are not new — they have always been part of setting the utility rates and the city's millage rate for property owners and are always considered during the …

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The Worst Property Markets Of 2013
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Global property investment consultants, Colordarcy.com, have produced a free guide for investors which highlights the worst property markets of 2013 and what can be expected from each country in 2014. (PRWEB UK) 3 December 2013. Much is written …

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Investment Real Estate, LLC Closes Deal on 43000+ Sq Ft Self Storage in Fulton …
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York, PA — (SBWIRE) — 12/06/2013 — Investment Real Estate, LLC of York, PA announces the closure of a deal for Fulton Storage, LLC to purchase the Galizia's All-Safe Storage facilities in Fulton, NY. The purchase was finalized on November 21, 2013 …

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Foreign investment nothing new for winemakers
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"Foreign investment has been a part of the Australian wine industry for at least 50 years," says Toby Langley, a director at the specialist wine brokerage firm Gaetjen Langley, based in Adelaide. … "At a smaller level we're seeing investors coming in …

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Beefing up foreign investment
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Brunette Downs on the Barkly Tableland is AACo's most prominent property, running over 100,000 head, however the company has recently acquired the highly sought-after Labelle Downs, near Darwin. The Consolidated Pastoral Company (CPC) is also an …

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Lower the price, raise the payments, hang on
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It will probably take a while to sell the Cannon Building — longer than developer Sandy Horowitz would like, anyway. Horowitz, who is trying to get out from under creditors as part of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case that includes several of his …

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