Friday, June 08, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review


The nasty logistics of inclusionary zoning (Slate) The idea of allowing low-income people to buy subsidized units runs into the reality that those people still can't qualify for a mortgage.

Walmart making its urban debut (Governing)  The giant retailer is expanding its presence in Chicago and Atlanta as it prepares its first stores in Washington D.C., as controversy remains.

Gaylord's planned reorganization (Costar)  The entertainment operator is converting to a REIT, selling its brand, and giving Marriott management control of 4 of its hotels.

Mortgage rates plunge to new lows (Housingwire) After a few days of ticking up, rates once again plunge to record territory.

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