United States real estate

March 1994
National Real Estate Investor;Mar94, Vol. 36 Issue 3, Viewpoint 1994 p4
Trade Publication
Presents a forecast of the real estate conditions in the United States for 1994. Mortgage interest rates; RTC and FDIC liquidation of assets; Federal laws and real estate values; Underwriting trend in the industry; Sources of capital; REIT.


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