Urban Land Institute Conference

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ULI Panel Offers Inside Look at FDIC’s Distressed-Asset Deals

Starwood CEO: “They gave us the time to do the right thing by the assets.” More

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Baby Boomers, Gen Y, and the Recession Shift Long-Held Housing Tastes and Trends

The economy and jobs are reshaping the household picture, a ULI panel says, as Gen Yers delay buying and boomers age in place. Among all groups, walkability and transit dominate the wish list. More

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Green Housing Comeback Predicted

For many American consumers, the recession has put interest in sustainable housing on hold. More

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TOD Barriers Coming Down, But Parking Problems Remain

It’s no secret that the push for more transit-oriented development (TOD) has been a priority of the Obama administration. The administration created the Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities under Director Shelley J. Poticha to allow HUD and the U.S. Department of Transportation to focus on the problem. More

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FDIC Chairman Bair Defends Extend and Pretend

For more than a year now, multifamily equity funds, owners, and brokers have complained about the “extend and pretend” policy in the banking industry that have allowed owners with troubled loans to keep their assets. Yesterday, at the 2010 ULI Fall Meeting, Shelia Bair, Sheila Bair, chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) defended that policy. More

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Boomers, Gen Y, Immigrants to Shape Housing Demographics

Urban Land Institute speakers offer an outlook on the needs of an economy-battered American population. More

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