Land use restrictions are making it difficult to find places to build new housing in the U.S., reports The Wall Street Journal. Roughly half of Washington, D.C. and New York office employees worked remotely in 2021, according to Census Bureau data...
Global demand for Chinese goods is waning instead as consumers cut back spending because of inflation and the shift away from goods toward services.
The chief destroyer of rent-stabilized units since 2000 has been something called high-rent decontrol, which shifted an average of 7,244 units a year from regulated to unregulated.
Demand for net lease retail is softening, which is forcing a pricing reset—albeit more slowly than buyers would like.