Archive of: Real Estate

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Breaking News 2014

US home re-sales surpass 5 million in May

U.S. sales of previously occupied homes surpassed the 5 million mark in May, the first time that's happened in 3 ½ years. The gain shows the housing recovery is strengthening.

August Issue 2 2013

Material cost, limited land makes tight commercial market

The demand for commercial real estate in Anchorage is high and the availability is low was commercial broker Brandon Spoerhase’s message to the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce at its Aug. 5 Make It Monday forum.

MOA permits up 25%; jobs near 2005 peak June Issue 5 2013

MOA permits up 25%; jobs near 2005 peak

Alaska’s largest population center is growing much quicker than recent years, at least in terms of construction dollars.

Fairview residents pitch plan to reshape Gambell corridor June Issue 5 2013

Fairview residents pitch plan to reshape Gambell corridor

If the residents of Anchorage’s Fairview neighborhood have their way, the Gambell Street portion of the Seward Highway in Anchorage will be getting an extreme makeover in the coming years.

May Issue 3 2013

US new home sales up 2.3 percent in April

U.S. sales of new homes rose in April and nearly matched the fastest pace in five years, driving the median price to a record high. The gains suggest the housing recovery is strengthening.

Road work begins as snow finally recedes May Issue 3 2013

Road work begins as snow finally recedes

As much as rousting bears are a rite of spring, so is the rousting of construction equipment.

CIRI adding shopping in Mat-Su, office space in Midtown May Issue 3 2013

CIRI adding shopping in Mat-Su, office space in Midtown

Cook Inlet Regional Inc. has plans for at least two new projects to add to its real estate portfolio.

April Issue 3 2013

Bill allows future Inlet Tower operations, review continues

Passage of House Bill 50 by the Alaska Legislature would allow the Inlet Tower Hotel to continue operations that currently appear to violate its Alaska Housing Finance Corp., or AHFC, loan terms, but has not resolved ongoing legal and financial review of the activities.

Hearing spurs inquiry at Inlet Tower for possible loan violations March Issue 3 2013

Hearing spurs inquiry at Inlet Tower for possible loan violations

JUNEAU — A legislative hearing on a bill allowing the Alaska Housing Finance Corp. to start lending to developers of multi-unit housing projects that include commercial businesses prompted an investigation of the Inlet Tower apartments in Anchorage for what appear to be very public and advertised violations of two provisions of its loan agreement.